The new collaboration will debut with an EP later this month.
Tin Man and Jordan have debuted a new project called Rolling Ones.
Both producers are Americans who have been at their craft for a while. Tin Man, real name Johannes Auvinen, is known for his melancholic take on dance music, often employing classic acid house sounds and, sometimes, his own vocals. Jordan Poling is a dyed-in-the-wool Midwest raver who now lives in Brooklyn, and he's racked up techno 12-inches for labels like Soul People Music and LAG.
Rolling Ones is the first time they've collaborated on record, though they did play a show together in May 2015. Their first, self-titled EP will come out on the young Division Point Industries. It's a four-track 12-inch with all the tracks named after classic cars, and the duo describe it as "for hitting the road" on their SoundCloud. It's out on February 29th, and you can listen to clips below.
The duo will also play together this weekend in Philadelphia at 714 and in New York at Good Room.
A1 '93 Mustang
A2 Faded Delorian
B1 Slammed Cadillac
B2 Jacked Up Impala
Division Point Industries will release Rolling Ones on February 29th, 2016.