Following up his first release on G Mafia, “Level Up,” Thomas Xavier is dropping his 2nd track signed to the label and his last release of the year. What could be considered his hardest, most dynamic house track to date, “Takin’ Flight,” shows Xavier building in sounds that go beyond what he’s done previously, featuring a small trap break, intense masuline vocals, and an overall dynamic flow that symbolizes his development as a constantly improving artist. The solo DJ/producer has released a whopping 9 tracks across 2 EPs, 3 singles, and 4 labels, all since early summer of this year. Between a sharp increase in bookings nation-wide, approaching the 1 million mark collectively between all originals, and a music catalog set to expand in 2022, Thomas Xavier is gaining traction in all the right areas as much as he’s turning industry heads.
Well over 450,000 streams across Spotify and SoundCloud, Thomas Xavier has built up a thick catalog of club-ready, distinctive house songs that give strong definition to his creative direction in 2021. Having only started in May of 2021, the amount of ground the solo DJ/producer has broken in a small amount of time is nothing short of amazing.
Mid-summer of 2021,Thomas Xavier, real name Thomas Guerin, has played Electric Island Festival and a plethora of shows which have had him traveling interstate nearly week-to-week. Opening for names like Claude Von Stroke, Boys Noize, BIJOU, Dom Dolla, Black a.m., Masteria, Destructo, and Tombz, via performing at venues in Milwaukee, Las Vegas, Antioch, and several other locations.
EPs, Pussy On A Pedestal EP released on iamrecords and Go To Church EP release on imprint User Friendly, were Thomas Xavier’s most ambitious projects of the year, both masterfully perfecting the art of G-House in a way which will stand the test of time.
Thomas Xavier will have more to come in 2022, closing out 2021 properly with the last of a hefty bunch of songs.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Thomas Xaiver Drops Latest Stormer, ‘Takin Flight’