Chicago-native and DJ/producer–J. WORRA–releases her second track on highly-acclaimed dance label Thrive Music. “Bones” ft. Ushi Qute kicks off with a wet house beat, while J. Worra mixes in uniquely designed, croaking-synths before a banging piano line takes over. A sarcastic, distorted voice sneers over the beat, while J. Worra mixes in alien-esque sound effects and a relentless drum pattern.
Listen to “Bones” here: https://thrive.fanlink.to/bones-jw
Kat Bain of Billboard Dance says of the single: “Bones” is a club cut through and through with pulsing house drums and eccentric synth bleets. We didn’t call this a frog-ribbet rhythm for nothing, and there’s a side of extraterrestrial UFO in the track’s sci-fi oddity. Worra brings her friend Ushi Qute to deliver a saucy urbanite vocal icing to the cake.”
Fresh off her recent DJ Mag “Breakthrough Producer of the Year” Award, a handful of massive festival appearances, and official remixes for deadmau5, Felix Cartal, and Party Favor, J. Worra propels her momentum with the new house banger “Bones”. The fast-rising Chicago native has quickly become one of the most talked about names in the underground house music scene, consistently breaking down barriers at every turn while cementing herself as an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.
About J. Worra
Born and raised in a small town North of Chicago, IL, J. Worra aka Jamie Sitter has always been drawn to different genres of music. In 2011, while living in Chicago, she finally dove head first into DJing and music production. After holding several residencies in Chicago like SpyBar, The Mid, and more, Jamie decided that it was time to head West and see what Los Angeles had to offer. Even though she is now in LA, you can still hear the sounds of her roots in all of her production. Some of her biggest influences are Green Velvet, Gene Farris, Chris Lake, and Billy Kenny. When asked about how she wants to impact the music industry she said, “I want to change the tone, I want to show what women are capable of, and what hard work and being true looks like, and above all I want to impact peoples lives in a positive way.”
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