Detroit legend Marc Kinchen will play rare dates in Leeds, London and Manchester next month.
MK made his name as a house producer in the '90s, and is best is known for his "Dub Of Doom" remix of Nightcrawlers' "Push the Feeling On," which dropped in '92 and reached number three in the UK. He since became the go-to man for dance remixes in both New York and the UK. At the time he was also an artist in his own right—he had a number of his own hits, including "Alana" and "Love Changes," which both reached number one in the dance charts in the States.
The so-called King Of Dub now combines work as a producer, musician, writer and DJ based in LA working with everyone from Lauren Flax of CREEP to R&B artist Nicki Minaj. Expect Kinchen's signature style of Detroit house and garage-inspired '90s classics when he makes three appearances this autumn—at La Loop in Leeds, alongside his brother Scott, AKA Scottie Deep, in London at Cable, and at Sankeys in Manchester with Dyed Soundorom and Shonky.