Gatekeeper's sound can be compared to Green Rage. Gatekeeper left behind a demo recorded on June 1st 1994 at Penguin Studios. More information regarding (2): Gatekeeper had his first 12", titled “Tomb”, released on the now legendary Skull Disco label, which was co-written with producer/DJ Appleblim. Since then he has gone on to release a solo 12" for Peverelist’s Punch Drunk label, had a track featured on Soul Jazz compilation Steppas’ Delight and a collaboration with Komonazmuk titled Cheeky Herbert featured on Tempa’s Dubstep Allstars 6, mixed by Appleblim. Will was also one of the 12 producers whose music was featured on Mary Anne Hobbs’ "Bristol: Rise Up" special on Radio One.
Other releases include Hades/Tomb VIP on Immerse Recordings and Which Way/Truth In the Booth (featuring Grilza) on M4 Recordings. Blip/Vansan(Gatekeeper remix) saw a release on ‘If symptoms Persist’ with the A-side featuring on Surgeon’s Fabric mix. Recently Will’s infamous Ignite(feat. Dread MC & Grilza)/Raw Tones, backed with remixes from Statix and Asa & Koan Sound, finally saw the light of day on Bristol’s finest, Screwloose Records.
Remixes include Wedge’s "Overfiend" and Dubkasm’s “Respek-I-Spek” (feat. Levi Roots & Afrikan Simba) with Appleblim and also Asa & Koan Sound’s ‘Kaneda’ His tracks have featured since then on Mary Anne Hobbs’ show and have enjoyed support from DJs Headhunter, Appleblim, Komonazmuk, Peverelist, Tes La Rok, Statix and Clouds amongst others. He has DJ’d across the UK and Europe, and is set to unleash more emotive atmospheric and strong beats in the future. We think its fair to say that Gatekeeper is still one of Bristol best kept secrets. Read more on Last.fm.
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