From rare-groove to acid-house to hardcore to jungle, Ray Keith remained probably one of the most constant DJs on England’s breakbeat picture through the 1980s and ’90s. Following a remix of Orbital’s “Chime,” he relocated into creation with apparent simplicity and became a well known drum’n’bass label-head aswell. Given birth to in Colchester, Keith started DJing by the first ’80s and adopted British beat-freaks through spirit, hip-hop and rare-groove before acid-house and hardcore explosion from the past due ’80s and early ’90s. By the center of the ’90s, he previously become probably one of the most influenced drum’n’bass DJs and remixers. His personal productions, like the jump-up anthem “Terrorist,” started taking middle stage from the middle-’90s and Keith created three separate brands — Penny Dark, Dread and UFO — in 1996. He spent some time working in close association with Gavin Cheung (aka Nookie) and in addition works at among the premiere dance shops in Britain, Dark Market Information. Keith released the Cent Dark collection Damage, Vol. 1 in 1997, accompanied by a single debut of types, 1999’s UFO Presents Get in touch with.