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Артист: Kevin McKay Название: Goin' Freak EP Жанр: House Год выхода: 2014 Label: Off Recordings/OFFSPIN018 О музыке: Continuing with the OFFSPIN tradition of fresh dancefloor beats and unforgettable moments, we pass the torch
to a connoisseur: an experienced dj, producer and an outstanding a r as the head of Glasgow Underground and Breastfed; Glasgow's own Kevin McKay,
who makes his debut in our imprint with two chicago influenced burners ready to turn the clubs upside down. "Goin Freak" is pretty self-explanatory, a
dirty groove led by male vocals and a luscious bassline...Classic drums making the trick on a proper jacking bomb. "Club Trax" turns the funk up a
notch in the bass front and tops it with a great synth work and intense breakdown. On remix duties we have Brett Gould, from London, known for his
work on Glasgow Underground and Toolroom who works his magic on "Club Trax" developing it into a Riff-Bass classic house monster with great
progressions and a lot of melodic value. Another killer release for the dancer's pleasure!
nFo about the artist
For Scottish producer and DJ Kevin McKay it all began one hazy night at the end of the eighties in
Glasgow’s infamous Sub Club. “I’d never heard music so inspiring,” he enthuses. “I was amazed at how you could get so hooked on a groove.
All these records that sounded so normal at home yet became infinitely more powerful on a big system.” The music hitting him from the speakers came
courtesy of Slam’s Stuart McMillan and from that moment on McKay became a bona fide house music addict.Throughout the early nineties McKay suffered
all the classic symptoms of the vinyl junkie. Endless hours idling in record shops checking out anything and everything, blowing any food budget on
the latest Frankie Knuckles twelve and guaranteed no sun tan due to days off spent behind a pair of Technics 1200s.It paid off. Soon he was holding
down regular spots in Glasgow clubs like the Tunnel, Sub Club and the Volcano as well as guesting in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness.Things didn’t
really take off until he hooked up with his production partner Andy Carrick. A chance meeting lead the two to kick around some ideas in the studio.
4AM’s ‘Prelude to the Storm’ EP was the result. A quick tout round the (predominantly progressive) house labels Glasgow had to offer got plenty
of blank looks. McKay had more confidence in the release and borrowed £2000 to press up his own copies. Within a month the first 2000 were gone and
his fax machine was jammed with reactions from a- list djs like Andrew Weatherall, Roger Sanchez, Terry Farley, Ralph Lawson and Deep Dish all asking
for more.From 94-96 McKay and Carrick recorded 8 EPs for their Muzique Tropique imprint and a one-off single for Junior Boys Own imprint Jus’ Trax.
The list of djs that checked their releases now included Romanthony, DiY, Chez Damier, and Danny Tenaglia (who called McKay on New Years Eve 1996 to
tell him that his ‘Urban Revolution’ cut was going to be the biggest record at his party that night). By 1997 Glasgow was home to some of house
music’s finest new talent. From DJ Q to Deep Sensation the city was filled with 4/4 futurists and they were ready to take their music to the bigger
stage. At the same time, McKay’s work as in-house house music expert at the fledgling dance magazine Muzik had put him in touch with like-minded
artists such as Mateo Matos, 16B and House of 909. Pulling all this together he started Glasgow Underground with a cut he made with Omid 16B as
Sixteen Souls’ called ‘Late Night Jam’.Like Paper Recordings and Nuphonic, Glasgow Underground was one of the British labels at the time that
saw real album potential in house music. The label was defined by its long-players from the likes of Romanthony, Mateo Matos and the Idjut Boys and
initial dj plays soon made way for some serious column inches and worldwide recognition.As the label began to make waves around the globe, McKay’s
dj-ing schedule took a serious upturn. From his background in Glasgow’s sweat-boxes he now found himself jetting around the world to headline at
house clubs like Food (Belgium), Propaganda (Moscow), Skansen (Oslo), Release (Los Angeles) and the Rex (Paris). He continued to promote events in his
home city and was the first promoter to bring the likes of Francois Kevorkian and Deep Dish to Glasgow.In 2002 a demo arrived in the Glasgow
Underground office from a producer, originally from the Isle of Skye, now living in Glasgow. His name was Myles Macinnes and one of the tracks on that
demo became the title track to Mylo’s 2004 album, “Destroy Rock Roll”. Not wishing to lose such a talent to a major label in the same way that
Daft Punk had left Soma for Virgin, McKay made Macinnes a partner in the newly established Breastfed label. In addition to Macinnes, McKay asked local
club promoter Duncan Reid to join the label and between them they made Linus Loves’ 2003 hit “Stand Back” – the income from which set the
label up with enough funds to launch Mylo as a global dance star.As well as running the label, McKay mixed and co- produced “Destroy Rock Roll”
and programmed, mixed produced all the Linus Loves output from 2003-2005. By 2006 “Destroy Rock Roll” had sold 300,000 copies in the UK,
spawned 5 top 40 hits including the #3 “Doctor Pressure”. Internationally it achieved gold status in France Australia.Whilst Mylo was between
records McKay set up the Prestel label and signed Cobra Dukes (now Visitor) Dada Life and in 2007 signed Grum and set up the Heartbeats label. Grum
– one of the first acts to be hugely exposed on the blogosphere – has since recorded 5 huge club single and the album “Heartbeats”, all of
them huge favourites with Radio 1 in the UK whilst his album (licensed to Ultra) was US itunes dance album of the year.In 2011 with Grum between
albums (and Mylo still between album) McKay relaunced the Glasgow Underground label with Mash’s spooky disco classic “Somebody’s Property”.
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01. Kevin McKay - Goin' Freak (Original Mix)
02. Kevin McKay - Club Trax (Original Mix)
03. Kevin McKay - Club Trax (Brett Gould Remix)