Milton Jackson


2002 gave us the first insight into Milton Jackson’s sound with the release of his first album, ‘Bionic Boy,’ quickly earning plaudits from the likes of Tom Middleton and Laurent Garnier.

2006 saw a new relationship formed with deep house phenomenon Jimpster and Freerange records, with subsequent collaborations with fellow deep house compatriot Shur-I-Kan. Jackson’s 2nd release ‘Special Powers’ earned the accolade of BBC Dance single of the Month and sure enough, an plethora of EP’s followed for the likes of Tsuba, Crack & Speed, Silver Network and Urbantorque.

With recent mixes mixes for Z records and 8 bit, as well as a remix of Recloose on Carl Craig’s Planet E, Jackson’s continued to transverse the path of musical dexterity paring up with Munich’s SHOW-B under the Pattern Select alias. The critically acclaimed ‘Tape Of The Tape’ EP was released on Delusions Of Grandeur and a Detroit Swindle remix followed on Huxley’s ‘Saints & Sonnets’ imprint.

His innovative and thought-provoking releases have established MJ as a pioneer of deep house and a firm favorite amongst house heads. His Tsuba EP ‘Sub Rosa’ was accurately described by RA as “like Mike Dehnert doing deep house” and with future releases set for Freerange, Black Key Records and Morris Audio coupled with more to come via his Pattern Select project –Mr consistent shows no signs of slowing down.