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Jess Van Ness (JVN) is a rising artist in the underground electronic music scene. Since JVN started as a Trance Dj back in 1999, has expanded his musical capabilities over time playing genres such as Tech House, Melodic Techno, Progressive, Breaks, Tribal, Deep House, Afro House, Minimal & Electro to name a few. Jess likes to paint stories with music and take listeners on an emotional journey with ever changing sonic textures. Much of JVN’s music is on the darker end of the spectrum with global sounds, deep grooves, heavy percussion and progressive melodies that are heavily influenced by the underground. Some of Jess’ musical influences are: Dj’s: John Kelley, Brian Seed, Dj Dean (Tunnel), Carl Cox, Taylor, B. Twist, Cor Fijneman, Armin van Buuren, Eddie Halliwell, Producers: Push (aka M.I.K.E), Oliver Lieb (aka LSG), Transa, Hybrid, Boris Brejcha, Mark Marzenit, DAVI, Worakls, Robert Miles, David Morales Labels: Moonshine, Bonzai, Discover, Bedrock, Mystique Music, Green Marian, Frisky, Reset Records, Dirty Bird Electronic Acts: The Prodigy, Depeche Mode, Trentemoller, Radiohead, Moby, LCD Soundsystem, Gary Numan, Nine Inch Nails, Assemblage 23, VNV Nation, Mindless Self Indulgence Jess also has a few experimental side/future projects; Decibel System (Music Production), Sue Da Fed (Hardcore/Hardstyle Dj), Transit (Trance & Electrofusion Radio) so be sure to check those out. If you’re an independent artist and want share your music, please message us. For information on upcoming shows, check Reverb Nation: https://www.reverbnation.com/jessvanness For Additional Content & Music Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsam5L1lJco3t-JuRbeTNHQ/playlists?&ab_channel=JessVanNess A note from Jess: “I remember when I was first bit by the electronica bug at age 4. Hearing Giorgio Moroder’s “The Chase” from Midnight Express. That song stuck with me for years! Over time, I listen to a lot of early electronic influenced bands such as Depeche Mode early Ministry but it wasn’t until 1992 when I heard The Prodigy’s “The Experience” album while living in Germany that I found that feeling again. Sadly, I moved back to the states shortly after where they were behind the times on electronic music and had to search for this amazing music. It took a few years but I finally found the underground raves scene in the mid 90’s and the rest has been history.” – Jess Van Ness

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Jess Van Ness (JVN) is a rising artist in the underground electronic music scene. Since JVN started as a Trance Dj back in 1999, has expanded his musical capabilities over time playing genres such as Tech House, Melodic Techno, Progressive, Breaks, Tribal, Deep House, Afro House, Minimal & Electro to name a few. Jess likes to paint stories with music and take listeners on an emotional journey with ever changing sonic textures. Much of JVN’s music is on the darker end of the spectrum with global sounds, deep grooves, heavy percussion and progressive melodies that are heavily influenced by the underground. Some of Jess’ musical influences are: Dj’s: John Kelley, Brian Seed, Dj Dean (Tunnel), Carl Cox, Taylor, B. Twist, Cor Fijneman, Armin van Buuren, Eddie Halliwell, Producers: Push (aka M.I.K.E), Oliver Lieb (aka LSG), Transa, Hybrid, Boris Brejcha, Mark Marzenit, DAVI, Worakls, Robert Miles, David Morales Labels: Moonshine, Bonzai, Discover, Bedrock, Mystique Music, Green Marian, Frisky, Reset Records, Dirty Bird Electronic Acts: The Prodigy, Depeche Mode, Trentemoller, Radiohead, Moby, LCD Soundsystem, Gary Numan, Nine Inch Nails, Assemblage 23, VNV Nation, Mindless Self Indulgence Jess also has a few experimental side/future projects; Decibel System (Music Production), Sue Da Fed (Hardcore/Hardstyle Dj), Transit (Trance & Electrofusion Radio) so be sure to check those out. If you’re an independent artist and want share your music, please message us. For information on upcoming shows, check Reverb Nation: https://www.reverbnation.com/jessvanness For Additional Content & Music Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsam5L1lJco3t-JuRbeTNHQ/playlists?&ab_channel=JessVanNess A note from Jess: “I remember when I was first bit by the electronica bug at age 4. Hearing Giorgio Moroder’s “The Chase” from Midnight Express. That song stuck with me for years! Over time, I listen to a lot of early electronic influenced bands such as Depeche Mode early Ministry but it wasn’t until 1992 when I heard The Prodigy’s “The Experience” album while living in Germany that I found that feeling again. Sadly, I moved back to the states shortly after where they were behind the times on electronic music and had to search for this amazing music. It took a few years but I finally found the underground raves scene in the mid 90’s and the rest has been history.” – Jess Van Ness

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Dj Mixes - Deep House, Tech House,Tribal, Techno, Progressive, Trance, Psytrance & Breaks

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Jess Van Ness (JVN) is a rising artist in the underground electronic music scene. Since JVN started as a Trance Dj back in 1999, has expanded his musical capabilities over time playing genres such as Tech House, Melodic Techno, Progressive, Breaks, Tribal, Deep House, Afro House, Minimal & Electro to name a few. Jess likes to paint stories with music and take listeners on an emotional journey with ever changing sonic textures. Much of JVN’s music is on the darker end of the spectrum with global sounds, deep grooves, heavy percussion and progressive melodies that are heavily influenced by the underground. Some of Jess’ musical influences are: Dj’s: John Kelley, Brian Seed, Dj Dean (Tunnel), Carl Cox, Taylor, B. Twist, Cor Fijneman, Armin van Buuren, Eddie Halliwell, Producers: Push (aka M.I.K.E), Oliver Lieb (aka LSG), Transa, Hybrid, Boris Brejcha, Mark Marzenit, DAVI, Worakls, Robert Miles, David Morales Labels: Moonshine, Bonzai, Discover, Bedrock, Mystique Music, Green Marian, Frisky, Reset Records, Dirty Bird Electronic Acts: The Prodigy, Depeche Mode, Trentemoller, Radiohead, Moby, LCD Soundsystem, Gary Numan, Nine Inch Nails, Assemblage 23, VNV Nation, Mindless Self Indulgence Jess also has a few experimental side/future projects; Decibel System (Music Production), Sue Da Fed (Hardcore/Hardstyle Dj), Transit (Trance & Electrofusion Radio) so be sure to check those out. If you’re an independent artist and want share your music, please message us. For information on upcoming shows, check Reverb Nation: https://www.reverbnation.com/jessvanness For Additional Content & Music Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsam5L1lJco3t-JuRbeTNHQ/playlists?&ab_channel=JessVanNess A note from Jess: “I remember when I was first bit by the electronica bug at age 4. Hearing Giorgio Moroder’s “The Chase” from Midnight Express. That song stuck with me for years! Over time, I listen to a lot of early electronic influenced bands such as Depeche Mode early Ministry but it wasn’t until 1992 when I heard The Prodigy’s “The Experience” album while living in Germany that I found that feeling again. Sadly, I moved back to the states shortly after where they were behind the times on electronic music and had to search for this amazing music. It took a few years but I finally found the underground raves scene in the mid 90’s and the rest has been history.” – Jess Van Ness

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Rank #1: When The Lights Go Out - May 2019 Promo - Deep House & Progressive

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Deep, dark and moody vibes - When the Lights Go Out twists and turns through melodic grooves of deep house and progressive sounds. Track list: Queen of Saba by Cuneyt Clingiroglu Moonchild (Tim Penner Remix) by Max Graham Something's Not Clicking Right (Quivver Remix) by Dan Sieg Nightwalk (D-Formation Remix) by Jonas Saalbach, Amber Long, Hack Drift Away by Mika Olson Isolation (Subandrio Remix) by Jorgio Kioris In Requiem by Alex Morelli Watching by Chris Cargo Burning by Haptic Brigado Crew, Crisstiano Disappear Hear (Antix Mix) by Hyrbid Thanks to all the producers for making such amazing works of art!

May 29 2019
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Rank #2: Libertad - Dark Progressive House, Trance, Breaks (20 Year Anniversary Mix)

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Twenty years ago after attending many underground parties, I first got my hands on a friends turntables. I was hooked! Soon after I bought a Vestex PMC05 with Technic 1200 MKII’s and I spent hours tucked away learning to spin hard trance, never thinking I would continue to do so 20 years later. It has been my therapy and an artistic outlet. This creative outlet has lead me to explore for countless hours different genres and sounds, learning variations of mixing skills along the way. If I could give any advice to new commers it’ this; record whatever you play and listen to it. It will help you perfect your craft. Learn to beat match without autosync. It helps dial in your ear. Learn the timing and perfect the transition. It will bring your sets to life! Tell a story. Figure out where you want to start, where you want to end, where to place your peaks, and when to pull back. Get the blance right. Learning to use trim and EQ will create perfect blends. Lastly, have fun experimenting and don’t give up! Thank you all for listening and now for Libertad. Libertad is a culmination of songs that balance 20 years of musical styles I‘ve played. With Deep Progressive House/Trance starting at 130 BPM and slowly increases along the way ending with a breaks tribute paying homage to the 90’s big beats where I started. Photo Credit: Wendy Luna

Apr 13 2019
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Rank #3: Seduction - Feb 2019 Promo Mix - Deep Progressive House

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Launching 2019 with all new deep tracks bringing the progressive sound! In the midst of winter, this is a slower builder goovin @ 122 BPM. Thanks to all the following producers: Armen Miran Ri Za Allies For Everyone Amber Long & Kimilo Subconscious Tales Pete K Chris Cargo Analog Jungs Subandrio Replicanth

Feb 17 2019
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Rank #4: Retrospective Vol 3 - Classic Trance & Progressive - January 2019 Promo Set

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This marks the last set for 2018 and kicking off 2019 with some MASSIVE trance classics for new years! This set is STACKED with some of my favorite big progressive builders of all time. Years: 1998 - 2002 This journey is fueled tracks by Moogwai, Cass & Slide, Nerva, Agnelli & Nelson, Blackwatch, Dogzilla, Oliver Lieb, L.S.G., and finally and epic track by Badlands. Happy New Year everyone and may you have good health, good fortune, and great life experiences!

Dec 31 2018
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Rank #5: Retrospective Vol 2 - Classic Trance - December 2018 Promo Mix

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Break out the Nordic Track! Getting back to my roots (Transit) and dusting off some goodies from the vault, we journey way back through time for this second edition in the Retrospective series to experience an epic Classic Trance set. Years: 1995 - 2003 Kicking off with deep underground track from Gabriel Masurel “Entropie”, this massive Psytrance opener took me years to find and was able to obtain the vinyl copy. I always wanted to use this track in something but it was stolen years ago. This set quickly shifts gears into some epic anthem trance songs from Trinity Sight, Anomaly, Tiesto, Humate (PVD Remix), L.S.G., Sundance, Eruption, Gouryella (Ferry Corsten & Tiesto), and finally Moonman (Ferry Corsten).

Dec 16 2018
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Rank #6: Moroccan Nights - December 2018 Promo Mix - Deep House, Tribal, Progressive , & Afro House

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Wrapping up 2018 with another deep and progressive set, Moroccan Nights is packed with tribal sounds from influenced by Africa. Back deep in the underground, enjoy sounds from Volen Sentir, Tone Depth, Lexa Hill, Canu/Nu/Alejandro Castelli, Lizwi/Demajor, Eitan Reiter, Georgia Angiuli, Energy 52, and Jerome Isla-Ae, Moogwai. Again, many thanks to the producers for making such quality tracks! Feel free to message me with promo content.

Dec 02 2018
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Rank #7: Primal (Redux 2018)October 2018 Promo Mix - Tribal, Tech House, & Tech Trance

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One of my favorite mixes originally recorded in 2010, this set has been remastered with an alternative ending. The concept of this mix came from a vision of primitive cultures dancing in late night tribal ritualism much like today's culture. This is a blend of Tribal House, Tech House, and Techno with solid tracks from Faskil, Luciano Pardini, Alex & Filip, Perfect Stranger, Marc Marzenit, Jonny Burg, Soliquid, Sian, & Worakls.

Oct 13 2018
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Rank #8: Depeche Mode - Never Let Me Down Again (Jess Van Ness - Tribal / Circuit Remix)

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Depeche Modes classic track "Never Let Me Down Again" mixed/mashed with "Tribal Revolution" from Luciano Pardini by Jess Van Ness. Extended Club Mix 2018

Aug 24 2018
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Rank #9: Mal De Ojo - July 2018 Promo Mix Part 1 - Deep Dark Progressive, Deep House, & Melodic Techno Set

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Part 1 - Mal De Ojo is a follow up to The Mystery Within and is a deep dark builder. Part 2 - Exorcismo (Exorcism) takes off where Mal De Ojo ends with some solid Tech House grooves and tribal sound from the underground. Mal De Ojo (The Evil Eye) is loaded with solid tracks from Bedouin, Armen Miran, Davi, Matteo Bruscagin, Hraach, Tim Penner, Rick Pier O'Neil, Jerome Isla-Ae & Tone Depth. Again, many thanks to the producers for making quality tracks! Feel free to message me with promo content. For those requesting, recorded with: Allen & Heath Xone:DB4 w/ combination of Scratch Control and Loops Traktor Pro 2.11.3 Mastered with Logic Pro (4-Band EQ, Multipressor, Limiter)

Jul 29 2018
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Rank #10: Exorcismo - July 2018 Promo Mix Part 2 - Dark Progressive, Tech House, & Tribal Set

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Part 1 - Mal De Ojo is a follow up to The Mystery Within and is a deep dark builder. Part 2 - Exorcismo (Exorcism) takes off where Mal De Ojo ends with some solid Tech House grooves and tribal sound from the underground. Exorcismo is loaded with big tracks from Oxia, Ziger & Blusoul, SiIvano Del Gado, Hidden Empire, Eddie Murray, Miyagi, Several Definitions, Quivver, Boris Brejcha, Carl Cox, Nile Rodgers Again, many thanks to the producers for making quality tracks! Feel free to message me with promo content. For those requesting, recorded with: Allen & Heath Xone:DB4 w/ combination of Scratch Control and Loops Traktor Pro 2.11.3

Jul 29 2018
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