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Jenaux

Jenaux

Jenaux


Twenty-three year old Jenaux (Eugene Veltman) has been producing and DJ’ing for six years now, having made a name for himself in the New York EDM scene with residencies at Pacha and Finale. With support from artists like Porter Robinson, Zedd and Laidback Luke, the young producer has been making significant waves as of late and doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon. Recently, he supported Audien on his Audacity tour and his remixes of Read more on Last.fm
Twenty-three year old Jenaux (Eugene Veltman) has been producing and DJ’ing for six years now, having made a name for himself in the New York EDM scene with residencies at Pacha and Finale. With support from artists like Porter Robinson, Zedd and Laidback Luke, the young producer has been making significant waves as of late and doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon. Recently, he supported Audien on his Audacity tour and his remixes of tracks like Ariana Grande’s “Love Me Harder” and Cazzette’s “Sleepless” have attracted tons of attention in the blogosphere. Just this week, the NYC producer got people talking again when he made his Enhanced Recordings debut with “Renegades,” an excellent song featuring Pia Toscano on vocals. The future certainly looks extremely bright for Jenaux, and with big things in store for him in 2015, we decided to catch up with Eugene for a quick but enjoyable interview. During our discussion, he spoke about how he got into EDM, what’s coming up next, the best moment of his career so far and much more.

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