Mark Kinchen (MK) has revealed his take on London Grammar’s ‘Oh woman Oh man’. The Detroit based producer has come out of his genre cushion of deep beats and has produced euphoric soothing sounds for the rework.
The melodiously rich track from London Grammar changes course into a groovy dance-floor pumped track with looping vocals.
MK is all set to hit the roads this summer with his tour through Europe, beginning at Defected Ibiza’s Ibiza kick off then heading to Pacha and [email protected] MK will also be seen performing at festivals such as LAKEDANCE, We Are FSTVL and Amsterdam Open Air at the beginning of June. To conclude it all MK will be playing at Anchored Cruise, Mykonos, another Amnesia date and the massive Hideout Festival where he will be hosting his own Area10 boat party.
Born and brought up in Detroit, explain his sounds which relate to the beautiful city. MK has become a popular house and techno music producer over the last few years with his early releases like ‘Always’ and ‘Burning’ which helped him gain fame in the initial phases. He’s since remixed Lana Del Rey, Sam Smith, Rudimental, Katy B, Bastille, London Grammar, Rufus Du Sol, Clean Bandit, Zara Larsson, Dua Lipa & Miguel, Lee Foss, Solardo, Diplo, Pharrell and Rihanna to name but a few.