One YouTube video sums up India Jordan’s ethos. Last year, the East London producer/DJ gathered a veritable rogues’ gallery of rising talent for a night of dance music that rejected all inhibition and pretension. Put on their 45-minute set from that night in Peckham and you’ll get a dose of high-energy breaks, throbbing techno, and bouncy footwork. In Jordan’s club universe, all tempos and styles have a place. The title track from For You, their upcoming EP, is a perpetual motion machine powered by choppy disco cuts. Loose vocal threads—a refrain here, a passing phrase there—intertwine in a lattice of gleaming, high-tempo filter house. It evokes the raw ecstasy of the Roulé days of yore, making it all too easy to shut your brain off and let that looped sample deliver hit after hit of much-needed dopamine. The emotive power of the track grows as you dig deeper; Jordan came out as non-binary last year in an Instagram post that was honest about their own hesitations when it came to speaking about their gender identity, and the “you” in question refers to themself. “For You” is the rare rave weapon that can both fill the dance floor and carve out space for vulnerable introspection.