With the reshaping module of house music, Jonny Cade quickly became noticeable due to his mature approach towards house music. Sharpening and modeling today’s house scene, the Leeds based producers brought onto his sound influences range from garage, old school house and even techno.
Not only that his productions touch various aspects and edges of dance music, as well as his DJ sets that confine in dance music encyclopedia. Firstly residing in the Leeds club Flux, Mr. Cade’s sound spread like fire throughout the UK as his releases on notorious labels such as 2020 Vision, Morris Audio, Lost My Dog or Left’d the sister label of Leftroom offered him a serious launch pad.
Ever since his first release in 2010, Jonny’s career went further and further as his EP on 2020 Vision, “Find My Way”, got acclaimed by high end names in the industry. The 4 tracker touched onto all meaningful spheres of the genre. In the near future we can expect to see Jonny Cade’s touch of sound onto labels such as Huxley’s Saints and Sonnets or the Swiss based Morris Audio.
Jonny Cade was kind enough to share with us one his edit and reinterpretation of Womack & Womack – Teardrops. Distinct in a good way, the edit brings more of the UK house with the scented bassline that’s so hard not to transform the original classic into a dance floor all-rounder. It touches exactly on the paved border of morning after’s of mid set breakers.
Early support: Huxley, Audiojack, Robert Owens and more