Gracing dancefloors with warm and intelligent motives, Kepler’s sound is celebrated on a global scale, seeing support from the likes of Fabe, Raresh, Seb Zito, Janeret and more.
Channelling several releases on labels Arupa, MOFF and Silencio, Kepler’s recent EP ‘Planetary Systems I’ placed in the top 20 of Deejay’s minimal chart as well as reaching several record stores across Europe, including SpaceHall and black.round.twelve.
After a long standing residency at Leeds’s famously celebrated Mint Club, Kepler has shared line-ups with the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Nicolas Lutz, Rhadoo and many more. Showcasing across the more intimate Mint Club as well as both Mint Warehouse and Festival, Kepler has acquired a locker of priceless experience and knowledge of dancefloors with a record collection to match.
Showcasing his music on an international level at gigs across the UK, Germany and Spain, Kepler is a celebrated figure in the underground and continues to thrive under his current residencies with Mass and King Size Recordings.
Having grown up in Leeds, which is one of the foremost hubs for electronic music and clubbing in the UK, Jake Wheatley was in the prime location to visit some the countries fondest night spots even before he was old enough to go. Cutting his teeth at local club nights including Filth and System, this cemented Wheatley's interest in quality house music and of course, his first love, Techno.
Circa 2013 saw Wheatley play his first gigs at bars and clubs around Leeds including their own knees up at Distrikt, where they hosted the likes of Yousef and Chris Carrier, before eventually playing at the cities legendary 25 year old institution, Back To Basics.
Whilst building his reputation with performances across the city and further afar, Wheatley has also been producing his own music, honing a style that best describes what he plays in public.
With a long line of appearances everywhere from Wire to Mint Festival alongside selectors of the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Rhadoo, Cristi Cons and Audio Werner Wheatley has proved himself worthy of doing so and will continue to strive further in the coming years