STUDENT Luke Thomas, aka Kaos, is set to make a name for himself on the national music scene after one of his tracks was feature on Radio 1 Extra’s unsigned playlist.

Luke a second year BTec music technology student at West Cheshire College in Ellesmere Port, could also find his urban style work being featured on the unsigned stage at Glastonbury and other major festivals next year.

The 23-yearold from Blacon in Chester is already well known on the music scene both locally and regionally, with his tracks being played regularly by DJs at clubs and events around the North West.

He said: "The producer Lance Henry, aka Problem Child, made the beats and we put the vocals to them. We sent off a track and it was chosen to be played."

Luke’s commitment to his music sees him spending much of his time outside the College in studios and creating new music and although it’s a tough field to get into, he’s determined to make his name in.


Luke Thomas, aka Kaos, has already made Radio 1 Extra’s homegrown hour and hopes to be featured on the unsigned stage at Glastonbury.