Some may know Marc Kinchen as an icon of the dance world, some may know him only by his initials, MK, and then there are others who only know his music. This has been MK's experience ever since his breakthrough remix of the international classic hit, Push The Feeling On by The Nightcrawlers was released. However, in the past 18 months we have heard his smash remixes of Lana Del Rey and Chris Malinchak, as well as his solo projects on Hot Creations and Defected. MK has long been responsible for taking ordinary pop records, and turning them into dance classics.
MK is also responsible for creating some of the defining sounds and biggest tracks of early house. He has worked with the biggest international artists from Snoop Dogg and Jay-Z to Rihanna and Beyonce, but has also retained near unprecedented levels of credibility within the underground dance music scene, with records such as Burning, 4 You or Push The Feeling On remaining staples in the wallets and boxes of house DJs the world over. Through his timeless productions, MK has influenced a new generation of producer, with the result that his sound is more relevant today than it ever has been.