Formerly of The Wiseguys, DJ Touche bridges the gap between U.S. hip hop and U.K. breakbeat. As a producer, he has licensed tracks to Mitsubishi and Budweiser adverts and as a DJ, he has played the biggest and best clubs in the world.
Theo Keating made his name as one half of The Wiseguys until the other half left and Keating became the whole. After releasing a pair of booty-shakingMore
Wall of Sound albums (The Antidote and Executive Suite), tracks from which were licensed all over the shop ("Start The Commotion" you will recognize from the ubiquitous Mitsubishi adverts, "Ooh La La" from Budweiser's campaign), Keating inexplicably dropped the moniker in favor of his DJ guise, Touche. A talented disc jockey for sure, Keating has played in most known countries, slaying dancefloors with his bass-heavy mix of hip hop, breakbeat and house. Of late, Keating has honed in on house, as evidenced by his debut for Tim Fielding's respected Journeys By DJ imprint, Ultraviolet. The mix features tracks from the scene's prime players, including King Britt, Milton Jackson, Dano, Frankie Bones, and Touche himself.