shane thornton

Melbourne based Shane Thornton has been producing dance music since 1995 when he signed a deal with Sony for his act T.S.M. After T.S.M disbanded Shane founded Spanish Flower – a cutting edge breaks/trance outfit playing all the major outdoor festivals and dance venues throughout Australia. At one of these blinding performances they were approached by Eric Powell from Bush Records and Earthcore records. Spanish Flower eventually decided to sign with the latter. Looking for something new , Shane started producing music for Film and TV winning awards for his work in New York and Australia and forming the production company “300mph” with producer/engineer Adam Fischer (aka 8-bit) and Chris Arkley-Smith from Mo-Wax signed outfit Frontside. The 300mph gang most recently created an epic remix of “The Last Time” for the London based band The Sound Movement, receiving critical acclaim from radio DJ’s across the planet. Turning his focus back to the dance floor, this is Shane’s solo project , busting out with breaks , trance and everything in between.