He has also released several albums under the pseudonym ‘Telemachus’. As a sound engineer he has worked at the forefront of the British Hip Hop scene, acting as chief engineer for YNR Productions and High Focus Records. Chemo was recognised by the Guardian newspaper as a man who “has helped British music move along more than most people will ever know”.
2004 – 2011
Named after a fictional District of Columbia Comics supervillain, Chemo first started as a producer and DJ for London Hip Hop group "Frontline".
He helped found legendary Hip Hop night ‘Speakers Corner’ in Brixton. Office the back of Speakers Corner, Chemo worked on albums for Verb T, Kyza, Kashmere, Manage, Jehst, Triple Darkness and others
A second compilation of his work between 2007-2011 entitled ‘The Stomach of the Mountain’ was released in 2011. 2011 - Present
Telemachus (born in 2011) is a pseudonym used for Webb’s solo projects and to allow him to be “a little more artful.”.
The debut release was a 7" Vinyl entitled ‘Scarecrows’ featuring Roc Marciano.
This was taken from the ‘In The Evening’ album which was awarded album of the month by Q Magazine and named one of the albums of the year by The Quietus. Telemachus followed up this album by travelling to North Africa in 2014 to create his ‘In Morocco’ album. Chemo continued to produce for numerous vocalists and was lauded in particular for executive producing albums for Jam Baxter and Onoe Caponoe on High Focus Records.