|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Art Of Modern Mixing||13||Audio||2006-04-00||DJ Magazine|
|2||Original Series: OS_0.2||16||Audio||2005-03-04||High Note Records|
|3||Hostile Panacea EP||4||Audio||2010-11-29||Park Limited Muzik|
|4||Berghain Blues||2||Audio||2011-05-09||Park Limited Muzik|
[b]Jonathan Lisle is an international DJ based in London, one of the pioneers of Progressive Breaks music.[/b] He runs his own label, [l=M Theory]. And work as an A&R for [l=Bedrock Breaks]. He has been one of the resident's at [a=John Digweed]'s legendary Bedrock club since 2001 and released a groundbreaking mixing compilation on [l=Bedrock Records].
Jonathan’s tours have taken him to Asia (Japan, Singaopre, Hong Kong, China), Australia, across Europe (inc. Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Cyprus, Norway, Finland) across the US (inc. LA, New York, San Francisco, N Orleans, Denver, N Carolina) and Argentina (including Pacha in Buenos Aires).
Although Jonathan grew up on hip-hop in the 1980s with artists like BDP, Jungle Brothers and Public Enemy, he started collecting house music in 1989 when he first heard A Guy Called Gerald "Voodoo Ray". He became heavily influenced by the sounds he would hear at the Hacienda, Club Havana and SOAK in the early 90s which then developed into progressive at clubs like Renaissance in Mansfield from 1993. He was voted Worlds Best Breaks DJ in the 2002 Breakspoll.