Besides focusing on anatomist for materials by Ray Keith, Gavin Cheung provides recorded myriad drum’n’bass features seeing that Nookie and Cloud 9, releasing his materials on a few of the most respected brands over the hardcore/jungle picture — Moving Darkness, Reinforced, Penny Dark, and Labello Blanco, in addition to his own, Daddy Armshouse. An early on enthusiast of hip-hop and electro, Cheung was an associate of the breakdance staff that also documented several sessions through the middle-’80s. After learning for quite some time, he began employed in a record shop around enough time from the acid-house explosion from the past due ’80s. Debuting on polish using a ragga/hip-hop remix of Ninjaman’s “Zig It Up” in 1989, Cheung was an effective participant in Britain’s developing hardcore techno picture of the first ’90s. He documented for Moving Darkness as Cloud 9, and documented many of the nascent jungle community’s most infectious paths, like the much-anthologized “YOU HAVE Me Burnin” and “Mr. Reasoning.” His Nookie alias received very much attention as well, as Cheung released among the first jungle LPs, 1995’s The Sound of Music (for 4 Hero’s Strengthened Files). Besides focusing on paths with Ray Keith and assisting out Moving Darkness labelmate Rob Haigh’s Omni Trio task (for the LP Music for another Millennium), he remixed Tek 9 and Goldie, and in addition collaborated with Chicago home pioneer Larry Noticed for the 1997 solitary “Mystical People,” released on Labello Blanco. In 2001, Cheung resurrected Nookie for the very first Light EP on BEAUTIFUL Records.