Luke's first break came when Underwater Records signed his first EP 'Alias'. The release was critically acclaimed receiving major support from all the big names. 'Alias' was the number 3 highest selling download on Beatport.com for 2005. From Glastonbury to Gisbourne, the track was played by the who's who's of the electronic world with iDJ magazine describing the record as 'a perfectly produced blend of heavy duty techno, electro, house and breaks'. From here, Luke wrote two EP's with DJ Loki for Gung-ho! ('Seamrider' and 'Alpaca' respectively.) He also dropped the 'Mayhem' EP which made its way into the DMC buzz chart of the 'coolest and biggest' tracks of the WMC. It also made the DMC UK New Release Buzz Chart and the Cool Cuts chart. 2008 has seen him DJing in Japan, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Thailand, London and New Zealand. His latest release 'Find your Way' moves its way through lush deep swooshes to lo-fi deliciousness with an old skool snippet of a tribal vocal. With support from Radio 1 as well as other key stations globally (Radio FG – Paris, Kiss FM – Melbourne) to name but a few you can expect to get massively happy hearing this throughout Autumn and Winter 2008. The dancefloor rocker 'Love not Lost' and quality remixes from Greg Churchill and Tim Richards complete the package out on Gung-ho! now. Luke's DJ sets range from quality electro to spaced out disco to rolling, big room techno. He has supported King Unique, Tocadisco, Thomas Schumacher, Aquasky, Axwell, John Digweed, Deetron, Rene Amez and Atomic Hooligan. On the remix front, Luke has delivered for Magik Johnson, Gusgus and Angela Fisken. The Gusgus remix was on for the MOS Ibiza annual 2007 and Global Underground's GUMixed2 Compilation. It also opens Harry 'Choo Choo' Romero's MOS Sessions mix and was included in Hussle's release of the single.