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Mix of the Day: Jhonsson



Hailing from Barnsley, UK, Jhōnsson burst onto the underground scene in 2014 with his release ‘Way Too Long’ (Love Not Money) storming the Beatport Deep House charts (#12). Since then, his music has attracted the attention of top-tier labels including Knee Deep In Sound, Madtech, Throne Room and KMS with his raw, techy flavour garnering regular support.

2016 sees the dream continue, with his long musical journey began all the way back in the Late 90’s, working after college to earn money to feed his vinyl addiction. He caught the DJing bug going to local nightclubs up north, listening to early house, hard house and trance before being discovering the white isle and its House scene with best friend and international DJ superstar Hot Since 82.

Not long after, Jhonsson and Daley (Hot since 82) started running their own successful nights in the emerging party scene, doing 12 hr sets back to back every weekend in his own town. From there it wasn’t long before they started their own night at the famous Glasshouse in Leeds. 2006 saw his very his first release on Phonetic records which quickly moved on to remixing big names.

With over 18 years of experience behind the decks it’s no wonder that he’s picking up support for his sets hard and fast. Now a resident of the Knee Deep tours, one thing’s for certain – there’s a bright future ahead for this Barnsley boy.

01 Tom Jay – Jack The Groove (Jhonsson Remix)
02 Jhonsson & Killer Kamsette – Soul Jacker (Original Mix)
03 Jhonsson – Work it out (Original Mix)
04 Jhonsson – It’s Alright (Original Mix)
05 Jhonsson – Can’t Stop (Original Mix)
06 Stonez, Namazi – Finest Dubs (Jhonsson Remix)
07 Jhonsson – Inside Beatz (Original Mix)
08 Vibe Killers – High AF (Jhonsson Remix)
09 Bontan – 33 45 (Jhonsson Remix)
10 Andy Reynolds – Hear That (Jhonsson Remix)
11 Cera Alba – Extraction (Jhonsson Remix )
12 Neil Parkes – Bittersweet (Jhonsson Remix)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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