J K Walker

John Stembridge

Also known as J K Walker, J Walker, J. K. Walker, J. Walker, Jay K Walker, Jay Walker, JK Walker, JKW

Discography of J K Walker:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 I Am Here 2 Audio 2002 Mohawk Records
2 I Am Here 2 Audio 2002 Mohawk Records
3 S-Cape::Escape 2 Audio 2003 Majestic 12
4 Initiate 2 Audio 2002 Rising High Records
5 Stranger 1 3 Audio 2003-08-00 Not On Label
6 Equinox 2 Audio 2002-00-00 Sectioned Recordings
7 Survival EP 2 Audio 2004-01-00 Active Media
8 Re-Initiate 2 Audio 2005-01-28 Resistance
9 Re-Initiate 2 Audio 2005-01-28 Resistance
10 Friend Or Foe / Momentus 2 Audio 2004-03-08 Active Media
11 My Future 2 Audio 2005-04-07 Druck
12 Dispersion / Solar Flare 2 Audio 2005-06-00 Active Media
13 Line Of Sight / Industrialise 2 Audio 2006-02-20 Precision Records (2)
14 Secret Life Of Trance - Future Heroes: JK Walker 16 Audio 2004-11-00 Majestic Recordings Inc.
15 Judgement Day 2 Audio 2004 Not On Label
16 I Am Here 2 Audio 2002 Mohawk Records
17 Absolute Zero / On Edge 3 Audio 2010-05-25 Borderline (10)
18 Double Life 3 Audio 2011-10-10 Borderline Music
19 Initiate 2 Audio 2002 Rising High Records
20 Re-Initiate 2 Audio 2005-01-28 Resistance
21 Friend Or Foe 2 Audio 2004-03-08 Active Media


John began his musical interests at the age 11 after hearing the song "Unfinished Sympathy" by Massive Attack, also around the same time as the KLF. At the age of thirteen he began creating music with an old amiga 500 using a crude tracker program.

Eventually he and studio partner Mark "Marcos" Dearden began accumulating hardware and a friend (Steve Knight) was so impressed that he passed the tracks onto his record company (Alpha Magic) who then proceeded to enlist John and Mark onto their Artist rosta. Over the next three years they built up a large collection of remix and original productions and with them a solid fan base. As time passed John has been asked to play all over the UK and abroad including recently a successful tour of Australia.

JK Walker has often been described as "The UK's answer to the might Scot Project" and has received accolade from the scene's leading artists and producers.

Formerly known as Jay Walker. He apparently changed his artist name at the end of 2003.


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