House | Thomas Xavier Returns With 2022 EP ‘Good Dome’

Posted by on April 1, 2022

Thomas Xavier continues his successful 2021 with an riveting addition to his catalog with Good Dome. The two tracks featured are “Good Dome,” and “Flex Yo Freak.”

The opening release “Flex Yo Freak,” is an instant party starter and continues the ride all the way through. Club-friendly house music with a dash of soul is at the center of the release, with some light influence of other electronic genres thrown in there for good measure. More than just a toe-tapper or head-bobber, the theme going on here is exceptional and hits a sweeter and sweeter spot with each passing listen. Taking in the fact that Thomas Xavier is playing a nice handful of shows throughout the year, “Flex Yo Freak,” is drafted with all the right hooks that will make a crowd pop off.

Thomas Xavier keeps the good times going with title track “Good Dome,” ascending the already fun-loving journey to a whole new level. The basslines go to a place where the rest of the world melts away, while the technical aspects act as a vehicle of expression to channel unity and love.

Thomas Xavier’s Good Dome EP released on his very own label Pharaoh Phonix and will certainly be apart of the label event’s he throws in Milwaukee, USA. April 29th is the next show, the series called Pharaoh’s Chamber, where Thomas Xavier features other talent he’s a fan of while showing off his own mixes all on one go.

House | Thomas Xavier Goes All Out On 3rd Single From EP ‘Make That Kitty Purr (Feat. Erika Love)’

Posted by on August 14, 2021

Hot off the release of his 2nd single “Can’t Stop Me,” Thomas Xavier returns with “Make That Kitty Purr.” The single is his 3rd to date from the G-house based Pussy On A Pedestal EP. Since starting to release original music and go beyond live mixes, Thomas Xavier hasn’t had to self-release any of his music, getting signed to labels straight away on both EPs, the previous one being Go To Church EP via User Friendly and this one being signed to iamrecords.

It’s a strong, original sound that is causing demand to go up around this solo DJ/producer. He’s very precise to drop music that falls in certain barriers, but doesn’t narrow his viewpoint too thin where his music sounds repetitive.

“Make That Kitty Purr,” could be one of the top examples of this that he’s released to date. Featuring quirky samples and fun novelties, without sacrificing integrity or a feeling that the track is apart of a bigger picture.

The intelligence put into practice is paying off.  Claude Von Stroke, Volac, and BIJOU have had him open for them; some serious heavy hitters in the industry. Just a few weeks back, he played Tempo Ultra Lounge alongside black a.m. and he’s now topped over 125,000 streams across a mere 5 releases. Thomas Xavier has 1 more track off of this EP before moving on to the next chapter of sonic gems. Most likely set to drop in September if the pattern continues, his dependability with good music and rational direction will serve him well.

House | Thomas Xavier Launches Debut Original Tracks With User Friendly-Signed ‘Go To Church’ EP

Posted by on May 21, 2021

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and Thomas Xavier is bringing the heat double-time with his captivating EP titled Go To Church.

Thomas Xavier is not new to electronic music, but new to dropping his own original music under this name. His SoundCloud shares mixes that give an idea of his style, often embracing house and neighboring genres, but as of May 2021, Thomas Xavier is taking the step with things and his debut EP Go To Church.

Featuring “Go To Church,” and “G&G,” the works are as exciting as they are informative.

The frothy bassline is placed front and center to the listeners delight, G-house vocal samples give a spice that keeps your honed in mentally, while the percussion allows the entrancing, hypnotic vibrancy house music always gives to have it’s place.

“G&G,” is a mackerel of a tune, not steering too far off “Go To Church,” and not coming too close to where redundancy becomes an issue. Eerie and mischiefious, this one gets dirty in all the right ways.

Both tracks are part-in-parcel of a well-connected EP and a fitting firing off of a new phase of Thomas Xavier.