Jonny Cade is one of a number of young producers whose mature approach to music, DJing and production belies his relatively tender years. From his residency at Leeds’ Flux to productions on the likes of 2020:Vision, MoodMusic, Kolour Recordings, Leftroom and Saints and Sonnets, Jonny has fast created a name for himself as a musician to watch out for.
His brand of garage-house and techno was first noticed by UK producer Huxley back in 2010. Through a respect of the art and love of music, they paired up to create the sounds of ‘London to Leeds’ which was released on Kolour Recordings and went on to stay in the Juno vinyl charts for several weeks. Since then, Jonny has steadily progressed through the scene, having produced for the likes of Leftroom and MoodMusic, finally landing himself in the hands of 2020:Vision's head-honcho Ralph Lawson, where he will release his ‘Find My Way’ EP in August 2013. With the 2020 EP in the bag, Jonny has now confirmed a release on Hypercolour’s sister label ‘Losing Suki’, where he has conjured a fresh take on the garage sound with a dub-step edge.
Jonny was surrounded by house music from an early age, having a strong connection with the clubbing scene. His dedication to the music and his natural aptitude for mixing has helped also develop the keen ear that keeps low to the ground, especially in terms of new and ground-breaking contemporary music.
Without a doubt, Jonny's 16 years of studying drums and percussion, has largely influenced his productions with a unique dexterity for rhythm. Coupled with his collaborations with well respected Huxley he continues to catch the hearts and minds of industry heavy weights with his laid back grooves and ultra original sounds.