JSTJR Shares New Dim Mak Single “Getting Started”

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JSTJR uncages an electrifying techno track, “Getting Started,” pulsating with stimulating synths, a commanding bassline, and a tantalizing vocal loop.

Following his Dim Mak singles “Bassline,” “4321,” and “All I Wanna Do” with Ookay, JSTJR is on a tear this year, exploring harder-hitting techno sounds, and “Getting Started” is his latest offering in that space.

On the track, JSTJR comments, “I’ve been playing around with all sorts of different iterations of these new ravey/techno sounds. I feel like this one, while still being vocal-driven, took some inspo from that old school electro sound that I first came up on when I started DJing 10+ years ago.”

LA-based DJ and producer JSTJR’s music is an embodiment of high energy. His expertise in mixing and blending genres keeps fans on their toes and makes for absolutely addicting live sets and music releases. With his eclectic sound, he has earned releases on dance music’s top labels, such as Dim Mak, Mad Decent, Spinnin’, Fool’s Gold, Insomniac Records, Confession, and many more. Recent collaborations include tracks like “I Wanna” with Henry Fong and “Belong” with Good Times Ahead, but his collaboration and remix roster is deep- including dance music’s top acts like Diplo, Major Lazer, and Skrillex.

JSTJR has always been known to push boundaries and be on the cutting edge of dance music worldwide, which is reflected in both his sets at major festivals (like Hard Summer, Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, and Electric Zoo in New York) as well as his monthly party, “Group Chat” that he throws in Los Angeles with Insomniac Events.

Inspired by his time throwing illegal underground warehouse parties in LA, JSTJR aims to be a leading voice in the resurgence of rave-inspired techno sounds that are proliferating dance music worldwide. His newest releases, such as “Techno Girl” and “Bassline,” are just a few songs that have undoubtedly drawn out immeasurable energy and reactions from his audience, leaving them captivated and wanting more.

Beyond his music, JSTJR maintains a strong social media presence, actively engaging with his fans online and in person. He’s not just an artist; he’s a part of the community. He’s the driving force behind his own record label, “Group Chat,” a community-based platform created to offer artists a space to release their music without the pressures of expectations and judgments. It’s a testament to his commitment to fostering creativity and collaboration within the music industry.


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