2. la onda
3. onda II
4. stingray beats
Jakeone, half of Process's first album act Toob, first discovered a love of electronic dance music as a young teenager stumbling around the early 90s free rave scene. Captivated by the energy of Detroit's deep bleeps meeting raucous London breaks and balls-out hardcore techno, he soon started playing the odd record at dirty basement parties and piecing beats together on a cranky old Emu Emax sampler.
The first proper break came landing a job at London's Orinoco Studios working with likes of The Chemical Brothers, Death in Vegas and more importantly the seminal, Warp-signed "fuck-off jazz" band Red Snapper. Jakeone's flair for improvising with machines found a musical ally in Snapper drummer Rich Thair, who asked him to come on board and provide a harder, more electronic edge to the band's already formidable set-up.