Dj Mixes - Trance, House, Techno, Tech House, Progressive, Psytrance, Breaks & Tribal


Jess Van Ness (a.k.a. Transit) has been mixing it up since 1999 in the electronic underground movement playing a wide range of genres ranging from trance, breaks, tribal, progressive house, techno, and electro. As an artist, JVN tells musicial stories with transitional mixes to keep the fans groovin'. JVN notes his Influences such as Eddie Halliwell, Paul Van Dyk, Dj Dean (Tunnel), Sander Van Doorn, Ferry Corsten, Dj Brian (Moonshine), John Kelley & Cor Finjeman. Look for JVN playing in the local South Western circuit such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas & San Diego.

" I never really pay attention to charts or the mainstream. This music we are creating should be about sharing our own artistic expressions and creating what's popular, not following it. I scour many sources and genres trying to find quality tracks that have different textures and whatnot. It's hard but I'm pleased with the results in building quality mixes and hopefully the underground fans will love." - JVN


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En Noir - Feb 2017 Promo Mix - Deep Dark Progressive, Tribal & Tech House Set

February 20th, 2017

Deep Dark Progressive House, Techhouse, Tribal & Trance by Jess Van Ness - Feb 2017 Go to Episode

A Poem for Paz - 2015 Progressive Trance & Progressive House Tribute Set

July 17th, 2015

A tribute set to Paz, who unexpectedly passed way before her time. Sleep well my little friend.... A dark blend of trance and house from an emotional… Go to Episode

Alive! - 2002 Promo Mix - Hard Trance, UK HardHouse, Hard Techno & Acid Trance

June 29th, 2015

Recorded in 2002 on vinyl (for the new school, that's what the clicks and pops are ;) under my old alias "Transit". Big sound with high energy trance… Go to Episode

Snowden - October 2013 Promo Mix - Breaks, Progressive, Tech House, Tech Trance

October 6th, 2013

This set is dedicated to Eric Snowden for his courage to support global privacy rights. Go to Episode