|Birth name||Liam McLean|
January 30, 1991 |
Bristol, England, UK
Liam McLean (born 30 January 1991), better known by his stage name Joker, is a British record producer who creates music in genres such as dubstep and grime. He was named "2009 king of bass music" by XLR8R Magazine and was featured in the September 2009 issue of The Wire magazine. He has contributed to two releases produced by the London-based record company Hyperdub. His debut album The Vision was released on October 31, 2011.
His song "Slaughter House" was included on the Ministry of Sound Annual 2012, his song "Tron" was on the second edition of the "Sound Of Dubstep" CD and his song "On My Mind" was also included on the 2012 edition of Ministry of Sound's Addicted to Bass series.
- The Vision (4AD, 2011)
Singles & EPs
- Kapsize EP (Earwax, 2007)
- Holly Brook Park / 80's (Kapsize, 2008)
- Play Doe / Tempered (with Rustie) (Kapsize, 2008)
- 3K Lane / Modem (with Jakes) (H.E.N.C.H, 2008)
- Snake Eater / Move Dis (split with TRG) (Soul Motive, 2008)
- Top of the Game EP (Terrorhythm, 2008)
- Do It / Psychedelic Runway (Kapsize, 2009)
- Digidesign / You Don't Know What Love Is (split with 2000F & J Kamata) (Hyperdub, 2009)
- Purple City / Re-Up (with Ginz) (Kapsize, 2009)
- Hyperdub 5.2 EP (split with Ginz, Zomby & Samiyam) (2009)
- City Hopper / Output 1-2 (Tectonic, 2009)
- Tectonic Plates 2.3 (split with Flying Lotus) (Tectonic, 2009)
- Tron (Kapsize, 2010)
- Gully Goon Estate EP (with Terror Danjah & Illmana) (Hardrive, 2011)
- The Vision (with Jessie Ware) (4AD, 2011)
- On My Mind (with William Cartwright) (4AD, 2011)
- Here Come the Lights / My Trance Girl (with Silas) (4AD, 2011)
- The Vision Instrumentals (4AD, 2011)
- Lost (with Buggsy & Otis Brown) (4AD, 2012)
- Skitta / I Think You Should Know (with Newham Generals) (Kapsize, 2012)
- Old Era (Kapsize, 2012)
- Face Off EP (Kapsize, 2013)
- "Twitter /Joker: Why am I waking up so late on my birthday". Twitter. 2014-01-30.
- "Dubstep Music: Here to remind you why it's cool to have ears". Tumblr. 2010. Retrieved 2014-01-30.