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  • Thomas Xavier Demonstrates his Production Class on, ‘Make That Kitty Purr’


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    “Take Over The World,” marks the final release for the ‘Pussy On A Pedestal’ EP series that has been upon us. G-house tinged and full of flavor, Thomas Xavier has been getting dirty with his bubbling singles released month to month. “Take Over The World,” is led by it’s drum work, which is followed by the rest of the parts of the track. It doesn’t take long for dirty basslines to find their way in and the build-ups to unfold –  Thomas Xavier getting right down to business in no time flat. Distinguishing factors that give this single individuality is it’s glitchy disposition, lots of wubs/wobbles, plus vocal chops that have a classic edge. Yet, every track featured on ‘Pussy On A Pedestal’ feels like they belong together.

    Thomas Xavier is sure to drop new music in the coming months, his rise and calculated maneuvers certainly eye-catching as well as something he will continue to capitalize on.

    Along with 200,000+ streams gathered since May and signings from labels since starting the roll out of original music, Thomas Xavier has been slaying it when it comes to shows. Since Summer of 2021, he’s opened for BIJOU, Destructo, Tombz, black a.m., in cities like Milwaukee and Las Vegas.  Now, he’s set to play Electric Island Festival on 9/25,  breaking through into festival territory in addition to the many corners he’s grown in this year.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Thomas Xavier Demonstrates his Production Class on, ‘Make That Kitty Purr’

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