At just 22 years old, Melbourne-based Luke Chable has built himself a fine dancefloor reputation through his distinctive production work. Having already recorded over 25 tracks and remixes for some of Australia's most highly regarded dance music labels, his many monikers have established his name as one of the new forces of progressive talent.
At just 19, his first record - 'Accelerator' (Traveller presents Quest) became an instant classic in Australia, holding steady at the number 1 position on the ARIA Dance Chart for months, selling out pressings no less than 4 times and licensed to 8 compilations internationally, including Slinky's Factor 3. Labelled "the wonderkid" by Phil K for his astonishingly fast programming ability, his productions under his own name and various other monikers including Quest, Dark Alley (with Ivan Gough & Phil K), 21st Century Fux (with Austin Leeds & Martin Accorsi) Digital Mind Control (with Ivan Gough) and Lostep (with Phil K), he's landed his tracks on Dave Seaman's Global Underground 022: Melbourne, Nick Warren's Renaissance compilation and Ministry Of Sound's Summer Annual, and remixed the likes of Chris Fresh, Nubreed, Paul Mac and Ocean Wave. It's little surprise then, that some of the most notable DJs are playing his tracks - with the likes of John Digweed, Nick Warren, Anthony Pappa, Timo Maas & Dave Seaman charting Chable's productions. Recently awarded a 5/5 rating by Muzik Magazine by his forthcoming debut Luke Chable release 'Sealer's Cove' on Zero Tolerance, noting Luke as one of the next to join the "progressive hall of fame", Chable looks set to be duly recognised among the heavy pool of talent that his home town of Melbourne has produced. With a steady slew of releases slated for 2003 through Zero Tolerance, Saw Recordings, Inversus Records, Vicious Vinyl and Vapour Recordings, Luke Chable is undoubtedly looking at a very bright future….