Your Weekly Vibe Check: Tune In & Turn Up
February 19, 2024
February 19, 2024
More Celebrations are here with the addition of J. Worra’s hot new track “Round and Round.” Releasing on This Ain’t Bristol, her song joins that of artists like Mat.Joe and GAWP in a huge compilation to commemorate the label’s achievement of 50 releases. But J. Worra needs to be commemorated herself for the Earth stopping moves she’s made in the underground scene.
Starting in 2011 in the heart of House, Jamie Sitter, began her career. From the beginning, she was gaining residency at some of the top clubs in Chicago and paving the way for the solidification of sound in her underground beats. Of course, she was influenced by other DJs like Green Velvet, Chris Lake, Riva Starr, and many more, but in 2017 she admitted that she found a real solidification in HER sound. She said in an interview, “The big message here is to become your own artist, not try to be like one that’s already out there, because you never know the impact you’ll have being your authentic self.”
This year specifically has been big. With the DJ Mag “Breakthrough Producer of the Year” award and remixing tracks from Deadmau5, Felix Cartal, and Party Favor, J. Worra is here to stay. With the release of “Round and Round,” we are reminded of her unique ability to captivate a Dirtybird crowd. The track starts with skipping recorded beats as the background builds and builds to a euphoric prominent bass line. Instrumentals are added one by one, over each other to create a comprehensive explosion of just pure House gold. Out now on This Ain’t Bristol, listen below.
There will be so much more from J. Worra in the future. As she brings her unique beats and drives for the inclusivity of women and the LGBTQ community to the EDM scene, it’ll be impossible not to follow her along her successful journey. Dirtybird Players are flocking to Arizona in less than a month and she is among them. Be sure to grab tickets here to see Sitter alongside Claude VonStroke, Shiba San, and Walker and Royce on November 2nd.