Johnathan Thomas‘ latest single, “Invasive,” dropped at the end of last month via Barcelona-based label Xenonyms.

Although he had always been inspired by club-based music, it wasn’t until recently that Thomas started producing it, with this single marking his first official outing in the dancefloor arena. Alongside the dark and atmospheric original, Thomas enlisted a cast of his favorite underground producers to provide remixes, including interpretations from Xenonyms label boss Seapoint, Slow Graffiti, Frenquency, and Lecoughski.

In support of the release, Xenonyms has passed over Frequency’s deep, bass-heavy rework as today’s XLR8R download. With its wobbly bass and tripped-out synth lines, Frenquency’s remix is bound to hypnotize the dancefloor.

You can grab the track via WeTransfer below, with the full release available here.

Invasive (Frenquency Remix)