Johnathan Thomas lands back on Onset Audio with a tidy new EP later this week, and we’ve got the exclusive on his collab with HammerZz – A Murder! Slouching halftime beats, scuzzy LFO bassline and soft, atmospheric pads make for 100% vibe. Hit up your favourite store to grab this from Friday 19th June!
Deep sonics on today’s exclusive as Johnathan Thomas drops new music for US thoroughbred stable Onset Audio. Rolling breaks, deep bass, but layered with creative melodic touches and unusual percussion make for a hypnotic journey; this one definitely isn’t about the dancefloor, and it’s all the better for it. Watch out for the release coming June 14th at all the usual stores.
Moody vibes as Johnathan Thomas and Legal team up for today’s premiere! Taken from Fragmented’s forthcoming Shards II EP, this one combines hypnotic melodies with jungle tinged breaks and weighty bass modulations…tasty business! Watch out for the EP coming Apr 29th at all good stores.
US beatsmith Johnathan Thomas steps up to deliver our latest exclusive guest mix. Packed full of forthcoming beats from The Dreamers and Samsara beats, the mix blends traditional D&B rollers with more experimental cuts and melodic liquid with rougher tech beats. Sick selection!
Johnathan Thomas is back this month with a solo EP for Samsara Beats, and we’re hyped to have him back in the Dojo spotlight for a premiere of Clarity! Going in deep with influences from the atmospheric sounds of 90s Good Looking Records, this one is all about soft textures and crunchy breakbeats. Blissful! Look for the EP dropping Aug 27th at all the usual digital outlets, and on cassette via the Samsara Bandcamp.
We’re hyped to present an exclusive free download today from Johnathan Thomas & Tokyo Noir! Blending hard-edged jungle badness in the first half with a rave-hardcore switcheroo in the second half, this one is a straight up banger from start to finish. Check it out below and hit up Soundcloud or Google Drive for a free download!
Our latest premiere comes courtesy of Ground Mass boss Mark Kloud, who turns in a sick 160 refix of Johnathan Thomas’ new track Rupture. Out soon on Good Street Records, Mark flips around the dark halftime of the original into something with a little extra swagger on the bass and a little extra roll in the percussion. Yes yes! Best of all it’s available for free from Friday – watch the Good Street Bandcamp for the full EP dropping Dec 5th including remixes from Breaka and Walters.
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