Having touring the world for the past 4 years and playing on 5 continents, Paul has headlined some of the best clubs in the world. Production is now as big a passion as DJing, and past releases include original productions for Toolroom, Little Mountain and Data, plus remixes of Underworld, Josh Wink, D Ramirez & Mark Knight, Sebastien Leger & Deadmau5.
Paul is no stranger to major events, having played for major dance festivals all over the world, and 2008 saw him return to play for the worlds biggest dance festival,Global Gathering, in the UK, Russia, Ukraine, Poland & Belarus. During 2008 his extensive tour schedule also took him to USA, South America, Asia and all over Europe.
Paul’s rigorous studio schedule for 2008 was hugely successful, with critically acclaimed remixes of Da Hool’s ‘Meet Her At The Love Parade’ (Data Records), Josh Wink’s ‘Higher State’ (Strictly), Deadmau5’s ‘Not Exactly’ and Sebastien Leger ‘Bad Clock’ being some of the highlights. Everyone from Sasha to Pete Tong & Dubfire to Steve Angello has been supporting his music, with no fewer than 6 tracks being played on Radio 1 last year alone, including the huge club anthem Mark Knight & Funkagenda vs Paul Thomas – Arena, which went top 10 on Beatport and topped the charts on DJDownload & Trackitdown. His first Godskitchen Underground mix ablum was released in May 2008 and received excellent reviews in all major dance magazines.
2009 will be a extremely busy year in both the studio and on tour. Tipped by many to be the next big thing in house music, Paul has a raft of new releases on the way. His brand new big room banger ‘Rizer’ is to be released on Toolroom after Mark Knight proclaimed it as his biggest tune of ADE. Other releases on the way in 2009 include some of the scenes biggest labels: Size, Toolroom, Global Underground, Positiva, Xtravaganza, Little Mountain & Baroque. With remixes forthcoming for Sander Kleinenberg, Chicane & Toolroom plus collaborations with Funkagenda, Richard Dinsdale & Jerome Isma-ae, Paul Thomas is making more waves the most in the scene.