Joris Feiertag is a Dutch producer and live-act from Utrecht in the Netherlands who
makes music that is a finely balanced combination of organic and synthesized elements,
often using ingenious syncopated rhythms combined with instruments such as the harp
and kalimba. His live shows are famed for their high energy and have seen Feiertag play
alongside The Chemical Brothers at AFAS Live and at festivals such as Down The
Rabbit Hole and ADE.

2021 saw the release of Feiertag’s debut album, Time To Recover, via his new home,
Sonar Kollektiv. It was warmly received, with Fazemag calling it “A
manifold listening experience” and I Am Cru describing it as the “Album of the summer”.
It even had a track featured on the FIFA22 game, such was its global reach. Remixes
followed from world renowned producers like Session Victim, Jimpster and Kyodai, but
even after such universal success, Joris was still looking for new challenges.

His following release, the Dive mini-album, dropped in early in 2022, also on Sonar
Kollektiv. A more intense, breakbeat driven affair, it received support from radio stations,
DJs and tastemakers across the globe including Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide FM,
Backseat Mafia, Kid Fonque, Roger Sanchez, LUXXURY and Greg Wilson.
It wasn’t long, though, before Feiertag felt the need to redress the balance in his music
once again, and this time he did so with his third offering, Roots. The LP features a plethora of vocalists from across the globe including Afro-futuristic U.S. hip hop outfit OSHUN; Berlin based Noah Slee; young spoken word artist from London, Nego True; Rotterdam based Robin Kester;
Guinea born Falle Nioke and Tru Thoughts recording artist Rhi.

Joris Feiertag, the producer, is something of an unstoppable force. He’s always creating
new challenges for himself, and doubtless his seemingly endless search to discover the
old and reinvent the new will see him break new ground and gain new followers for
years to come.