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Jules De Martino and Katie White's boom-box-ready beats, jangly guitars and old-school rhymes are the front-runners to become the club anthems of 2012.
TKO was managed by White's father's music management company.
They had some success, and supported Steps and Atomic Kitten. In March 2001 David White brought in songwriter Jules De Martino who wrote four songs for TKO.
Katie Rebecca White (born 18 January 1983) is a British musician and member of the pop duo The Ting Tings.
After some success with a girl group punk trio TKO, which supported Steps and Atomic Kitten, her father David K.