Synonymous with the UKs jungle music scene throughout the 1990s, right through to the present day Dr S Gachet is one of the most versatile DJ's you will ever witness, picking up the art of deejaying through London’s reggae sound systems of the mid 80s, and as acid house and rave was born Gachet found himself making the transition from sound systems to clubs in London. Between 1990 & 1994 his residencies and regular appearances included: Camden Palace - Lazerdome -The Rocket - Sterns - The Edge - Paradise Club - Universe - Helter Skelter - Dreamscape - Pure X - Dance Paradise and Living Dream, amongst others. 1995, however, signalled a pivotal moment for Gachet. The legendary jungle promoter AWOL (A Way Of Life) assigned Gachet permanent resident at the paradise club london & Ministry Of Sound, alongside Randall, Mickey Finn, Kenny Ken & Darren Jay. In the same year he became resident at World Dance. These achievements alone propelled Gachet to international deejay status,and Since then he has been clocking up passport stamps from every corner of the globe
Dr S Gachet is also a radio personality. He acted as guest host for Radio 1 One in the Jungle shows (1996/1997) when jungle was slowly being accepted by the mainstream. Working with many stations in the capital exposing his talent for playing different styles of dance music. Also taking to the natural progression of producing his own music he conceived a pair of record labels - Audio Maze to take care of drum & bass business & Johnny Biscuit with a house & garage mandate. Audio Maze introduced such gems to the drum & bass scene as Remember The Rollers and Forbidden Agenda, both played for time by every discerning deejay.
Gachet is back in the studio writing & producing fresh new DnB & breakbeat, working hard on the Audio Maze relaunch.