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Jakes

Jakes is many things to many people, to some he is the voice of TC’s smash hits ‘Deep’, ‘Drink’ and ‘Mindkiller’, to others he is the Daddy of Bristolian Dubstep crew H.E.N.C.H and to musical historians he is one of the most interesting vocalists that underground British music can lay claim to. Never afraid to break from tradition and roll with his own flow, Jakes’ voice has become one of the most recognisable in the game and his energetic live performances see him travelling across the globe and smacking down raves from Bristol to Boston with his inimitable style.

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Jakes is many things to many people, to some he is the voice of TC’s smash hits ‘Deep’, ‘Drink’ and ‘Mindkiller’, to others he is the Daddy of Bristolian Dubstep crew H.E.N.C.H and to musical historians he is one of the most interesting vocalists that underground British music can lay claim to. Never afraid to break from tradition and roll with his own flow, Jakes’ voice has become one of the most recognisable in the game and his energetic live performances see him travelling across the globe and smacking down raves from Bristol to Boston with his inimitable style.

At present Jakes tours all over the world with various acts including TC, D*Minds and Pendulum and is the founder of the renowned dubstep crew H.E.N.C.H. As the Daddy of H.E.N.C.H, Jakes has been gaining recognition as a producer in his own right with his huge bassline monsters ‘3KOUT’, ‘2 Steps Back’, ‘Titan Dub’ and ‘Warp 9’ featuring in the sets of all the major Dubstep players including N-Type, Mary Anne Hobbs and Skream. « hide

Similar Bands: Trolley Snatcha, Crissy Criss, Eddie K, Sukh Knight, Original Sin

LPs
The Jakes Project
2009

EPs
Nightmares/Skylark
2011

Compilations
H.E.N.C.H. Mixtape Vol. 1
2010

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