Influential UK Hardcore And Garage DJ Jason Kaye Passes Away
Influential UK garage and Hardcore Producer and DJ Jason Kaye have Died aged 54. While no official statement has been made at the time of writing. Tributes have been paid to the artist. Joe was a key figure in the early 90s as part of the UK trio Top Buzz, before becoming a renowned producer. and DJs on the garage scene.
Writing on social media, Dr. Scott said: “Relax Jason Kaye, I don’t know what else to say really other than that if you were a fan of Top Buzz. If you went to the rave that day, including me, It was an honor to share the stage with you, I’m really disappointed.”
Responsible for famous projects
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DJ Logan Sama wrote in tribute: “Rest in peace, Jason Kaye. He did so much for others and was an absolute gentleman to me. Responsible for many famous projects across many styles of music. With so many musicians Sharing your platform. Launch yourself to success. A sad loss.”
Britain’s garage in the second half of the decade held its hand
Kyriakides released Jungle as one-half of New Jack Pimps and Van Cleef’s short-lived projects in the mid-’90s, before turning their hand to a UK garage in the latter half of the decade. He founded the influential UK garage label Social Circles in 1993.
Records like Sticky and The Wideboys
Which produced records for the likes of Steve Gurley, Jed Bias, Sticky, and The Wideboys. The label was also home to the project Ordinary People, which formed Kyriakides with Chris McFarlane, Russell Tait, and Steve Gurley. Releasing six records from 1997 to 2000, Ordinary People produced UK garage classics such as ‘Baby You Make My Heart Sing’ and ‘Keep Your Love’.