The vintage specs and razor-sharp fashion scream bohemian hip - an iconic look that perfectly reflects DJ- producer Jim Breese’s musical vision. It’s a creative outlook further enhanced by his environment, working out of a warehouse studio in the centre of happening Hackney, the heart of east London’s buzzing and uber-cool underground club scene.Jim’s a new generation producer: hyper-progressive, ever- evolving, with a firm grasp of what’s current and credible. His sounds are artfully energised, playfully aggressive, nasty and noisy in a good way – basically the explosive sound of now!A rising musical pedigree proved so seductive on early Breese productions, such as the hooky 'Get Movin', and the heavily-rinsed Roger Sanchez favourite, ‘Baila’, that credible-as-hell British label Rising Music signed up Jim's output. Furthermore label boss (LA-based producer Chris Lake) brought Jim on board for a remix of his own 'Nobody Told You' single, which is proving a serious contender for that explosive festival moment of 2013, with its anthemic middle, major noise drop, and soaring acidic elements. It's out on Ultra Music, the mega-organisation proving the catalyst for the huge eruption of dance music in the US.In live performance Jim’s about ‘the show’, coming armed with a slew of uniquely created bootlegs and private edits. He’s all about intense energy, fist-pumping sounds and crowd satisfying moments - rocking any venue mega-hard!The Breese experience is perhaps best witnessed during the insane, peak season events at KU DE TA, the globally- renowned Bali beach venue, in South East Asia, where Jim holds an annual residency. It’s here that he additionally co- ordinates the DJ line-up's, bringing the likes of Sharam, D. Ramirez,Alex Kenji and so many other major international talents to the Indonesian holiday hotspot.Chris Lake has pronounced Jim Breese “a producer that anyone serious about House Music should keep an eye on.”That’s real.