Summer 2012 saw Jonathan Ulysses continue into a 15th year as one of the longest running residents of super-club Space, Ibiza, a mecca of Dance music that many would agree is the greatest of its kind in the world. His thirst for showering the world’s greatest stages in his instantly recognisable performances doesn’t end in Ibiza, not by a long shot.
His recent global calendar has seen him stretched from Sandance (Dubai), to El Divino (Dublin), to M.O.B Festival (Brazil), to Sounds of the Summer (New Zealand), Pacha (Germany), Tank (Australia), Club Space and Billboard (Miami), and to Ministry of Sound and Pacha (UK),where he is a highly regarded regular. You may have seen Jonathan in Singapore, China, South Korea, or any of the swarm of countries he has visited to treat. A killer schedule, but one that Jonathan lives for.
The well loved ‘Personal Jesus’ by Depeche Mode gets a 2012 rework worthy of any main room around the world, including the Space Terrace in Ibiza where it has been tried and tested by the main man himself. You can find Jonathan featured in DJ Magazine, MixMag, Tilllate, Essential Magazine and on almost every quality level Dance music focused website on the internet. Radios across the planet support Jonathan’s production work and many of the highest ranked DJs in the game are proud to broadcast his works, including Pete Tong who featured him on the world dominating ‘Essential Mix Show’. Revolutionary and permanently cemented into the foundations of House music, Jonathan Ulysses is a mesmerising presence and an unmistakable spectacle in any of the multitude of countries he has entertained.
Not even his global dominance of the decks is enough for Jonathan, who has had Dance music pumping around his veins for over twenty years.
Always ready and willing to try something new, Jonathan and Steve Haines came together for a bootleg version of ‘London Calling’ by The Clash, picking up some colossal support from Armand Van Helden, Fatboy Slim, Sister Bliss, Chris Lake, Erick Morillo. Dance masters such as Tiesto and Andi Durrant have recently been hammering Jonathan’s tracks on their shows and a recent album for Hatclub that features tracks from Ce Ce Rogers, Syke’n’ Sugarstarr, Futuristic Polar Bears, Danny Howard and Tony Sylia is already developing a whopping number of plays.
Other labels Jonathan has worked with include Toolroom, Big In Ibiza, Sume, Dowalve, Oxyd, UMM, Destined, Arts n Krafts, Lowered Recordings, Cyber and Azuli. His recent production credits are impressive and his discography reads like a novel. A search for ‘Jonathan Ulysses’ on any Dance music store will unearth a colossal library of original productions, remixes and compilations that stretch back to 1996.
Check out Jonathan’s website and social media pages for all upcoming UK and international dates, releases, free mix downloads, photos, news, blogs and more.