Leaving her native Singapore some 10 years ago, nobody expected such a massive success for Gayle in the music business. Gayle's first steps into the London clubs were via DJing at record company parties, various one-off guest spots and fashion shows. These slots soon led to Gayle being made resident at 'Reach for the Sky' at London's Limelight club, where she played alongside global DJs which she describes as "the steepest learning curve possible".

Having honed her DJing skills and broadened her understanding of music, Gayle began to experiment with the harder side of dance music, particularly the lesser known techno sounds coming into Britain from Europe and Detroit. Her chance to pioneer this music in England came when Gayle became resident at Universe's legendary Final Frontier club, at Club U.K. in south London, which then moved on to become Universe Voyager at their new club, the Complex in North London. Widely regarded as one of the best club nights in the world, it was not long before Gayle had amassed a following of techno pilgrims who would make journeys from as far as Edinburgh to hear her play.

Gayle acquired a residency once a month at Sven Väth's legendary Omen club in Frankfurt, the so called 'Mecca of techno'. Other European and American dates have included some of the best known underground clubs in the world, like Bionic in Detroit, Pure Pleasure parties in Chicago, Soma in Montreal, Twilo in New York, Zouk Club in Singapore, Florida 135 in Spain, Fuse Club in Belgium and many more all over Europe and the U.S.A.

After the closing of the Omen in Frankfurt she became resident in the U60311 Club in Frankfurt wich is regarded as the successor of the Omen. In 1999 she was voted number 7 of the most popular international DJs. Regarding the massive competition of the worlds DJs it was the honour of her hard work in the last years. DJing has naturally led to various studio work. Gayle has developed a sound that takes the intelligent beats of the underground, funky/hard/groove techno sound mixed with her very own style. She has recorded tracks under the name Transmakus namely Universe Anthem and Violator which have been included on the Tribal Gathering 94 and 95 albums respectively. Gayle has also recorded a single 'Way of the Dragon' for Rainforest Records, mixed a live set for the official Tribal Gathering 96 album. On her own label "Equator" she released some solo Eps and collaboration Eps with Mark Williams. In 1998 she mixed the second CD from the Fine Audio Mix CD series. The success of this CD overwhelmed everyone who was involved in this project. The CD was sold out in just two month.

In 1999 she released a new EP on the Sub label of Fine Audio Rec. on Touch Tone. This release was called "Conflict EP". Again this release was sold out in record time.

In February 2000 she released her "Brickliners EP" on Fine Audio Rec. The first pressing was in a limited edition on white vinyl and after the fully selling of this the next pressing came in black. The first pressing got sold out before the actual release date already. In Summer 2000 she released her "Cross EP" on Compressed Records. This EP was sold over all expectations and topped all the releases before on Compressed. She started a new collaboration with the well known producer "Jam el mar" (Jam and Spoon, Dance 2 Trance) This collaboration runs under the name "Jamsan" The first release was released on the label "Cry Baby" and was highly rated in many magazines and record shop sales charts.

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