An adventurous dubstep artist who incorporates dub, techno, and other genres into his bass-heavy music, U.K.
producer Jack Dunning originally believed his project Untold would work in the world of drum'n'bass. He began working on his own productions after attending the popular Metalheadz nights at London's Blue Note in the mid- to late '90s, but perfectionism took over. Untold's jungle tracks would remain unreleased as Dunning continued to tinker with and refine the beats, but one night at the Digital Mystikz crew's DMZ party in Brixton turned him on to dubstep and, suddenly, Untold jumped genres and got serious. After years in the making, Untold became official in 2008 when the track "Yukon" landed on Hemlock Recordings
, the label Dunning co-founded with Andy Spencer. The label gave future dubstep star James Blake
his first official release when Hemlock
issued "Air and Lack Thereof" in 2009, then Blake
would remix Untold's "Stop What You're Doing" later that same year. In 2012 Untold showcased the label by mixing the compilation Hemlock Recordings Chapter One. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi