MK’s “Bring Me To Life (MK Dub IV)” is out now via Ultra!
MK, with his unique song writing style and collaborative skills, epitomizes the raw talent of “Bring Me To Life” . The song is a tingling and infectious house cut, resplendent with chunky basslines and original MK tinged piano loops. Combined with 18 year old newcomer Milly Pye’s vocals, “Bring Me To Life” is still sizzling after a summer in the public conscious and this fresh take in the form of the MK Dub IV will only strengthen the song’s connection ahead of his forthcoming artist album.
I have had the opportunity to see MK a few times in my time here with EDM Identity, including one of my first event reviews over at Bang Bang. He also had an amazing set back in March 2015 when he shared the stage with energized Lee Foss and the glorious Anabel Englund as Pleasure State at CRSSD Festival in San Diego.
If you have the opportunity to see Marc Kinchen live, it is highly recommended. He is a talented producer, he is fun to watch live, and he will be bringing the party for sure. He also has quality videos on his YouTube channel, like his time over at We Are FSTVL earlier this year.
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Cementing his place at the forefront of the house scene thanks to huge releases such as “Always” and “Burning,” Detroit’s very own house master, MK (Marc Kinchen) reveals the MK Dub IV edit of “Bring Me To Life”; the first single from his highly anticipated forthcoming artist album. Recognized for his signature sound and chart topping remixes such as Storm Queen’s “Look Right Through,” which hit #1 in the UK charts and Emma Louise & Wankleut’s “My Head Is A Jungle,” the in-demand producer/DJ has gained even greater prominence thanks to his uncanny ability to rework/reimagine almost any song into a bona fide dance floor filler.
Over the last two years Marc has become one of the elite in the Shazam charts with a plethora of remixes including Lana Del Rey, Sam Smith, Rudimental, Diplo, Ellie Goulding and Pharrell to name but a few. With Marc also taking on the hosting his own Area10 stages at festivals such as Creamfields, We Are FSTVL, Parklife and Tomorrowland as well as at this season’s opener of Manchester’s Warehouse Project he can certainly be counted as one of the more influential and prolific DJ/producers in the game.