Having been named in Knowledge Magazine’s top 20 producers to watch out for in 2013, Keeno has come a long way.

December in the very same year saw the release of his 6 track EP ‘Nocturne’ featuring vocals from Louisa Bass and co-producer and long time friend Whiney. With BBC Radio 1 airtime from the likes of Friction, B Traits and Mistajam the EP grabbed the attention of the scene and shortly after in May 2014, Keeno released his debut album ‘Life Cycle’. A stunning release containing 14 tracks demonstrated his ability to add orchestral and cinematic elements to Drum+Bass while retaining a strong dance floor impact.

Keeno’s production aside, his mixing technique is equally as precise, so much so that he launched the ’60 Minutes of Med School’ series on BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra. Ever since he has been one of Med Schools highest tier DJs, headlining shows across the globe.

Three years on from his first release, Keeno’s prowess in the world of drum & bass continued to grow to new heights with the release of his second album ‘Futurist’. The album once more stunned critics and contemporaries alike, cementing this young artist as one of the most exciting talents on the circuit.

Come 2017 and he is a household name in the international scene. In a further display of his musical talent in the form of: ‘Music for Orchestra: Drums and Bass’. The four-track EP, inspired by his move to Bristol, displays his true talent in producing music that beautifully bridges the gap between two disassociated genres beautifully, but with effortless flair.

His third studio album ‘All The Shimmering Things’ is perhaps his most exquisite body of work to date. Broad and versatile, this album delivers not only Keenos signature orchestral style, but high octane slammers and dancefloor primed rollers alike. Critically acclaimed and hailed by Andy C as a’ masterpiece…superb…and a real journey’ it’s safe to say this composition is everything we have come to love about Keeno, and more.