Kinky Malinki with Kid Massive @ Cirkus

Kinky Malinki at Cirkus with Kid Massive and Magic Jay

Kinky Malinki

Well what is there to say about Kinky Malinki? Quite a lot in fact but we don’t wanna bore you so we’ll keep it short and sweet.
Kinky Malinki is first and foremost a reputable clubbing brand emanating out of London who this year reach the grand ol’ age of 12, which is no mean feat in clubland these days. We tour the country and the world with our parties and host events in Ibiza, Dubai, Singapore, Shanghai, Miami, Marbella, Amsterdam and a whole lot more. At our parties we play our own brand of Kinky, Uplifting House Music and for those wondering exactly what that is it’s basically ‘Hands In The Air, Feel Good House’ because we strongly believe that in a world of minimal, moody music and events we choose to rise above that and give our loyal followers a GOOD TIME!! This year we can announce residency (every Thursday) in club Papaya on island Pag, Croatia.Line up is as follows:

19.7. Papaya’s 10th Anniversary with Nicky Romero

26.7. Day&Night with Hardwell and Dannic

2.8 After Beach Festival with Alex Kenji

9.8. MTV/DJ Mag with Bingoplayers and TV ROck

16.8. Desperados Festival with Joachim Garraud

http://www.papaya.com.hr/?p=1074
KID MASSIVE

NEW ALBUM ‘A Little Louder’ out now on itunes http://bit.ly/wyk91h

It is hard to believe that, given the already impressive career of the Danish dance producer, it has taken Kid Massive this long to release a debut solo album. At long last, we can look forward to the release of “A Little Louder” which promises to be his finest achievement to date, coming in early 2012.

It all started for Benjamin Pedersen back in the early noughties, gaining recognition as one part of the dance act Geeza. Fusing electro-clash, punk and hooligan house, Geeza went on to record the critically acclaimed album, “This Is Beyond Criticism”. Following this, he changed direction and went on to mastermind and produce a downbeat jazz album entitled “Suite Dreams” under the guise of Malou, which became a radio sensation in his home country of Denmark and neighbouring Sweden.

It was around 2004 when KM found his calling in house music. Signing to legendry label Slip & Slide he delivered his first international hit “Get Busy” in 2008, which reached number 2 in the Beatport Top 100. Building on this achievement, he released two hugely successful reworks of seminal classics “Music Is The Answer” and “Touch Me (In the Morning)”. The latter was released on Roger Sanchez’s Stealth Records, launching KM onto the world stage and establishing him as an important part of international dance music.

Fast forward to 2010 where he had clocked up support from dance music’s elite including Roger Sanchez, TV Rock, Bob Sinclar, Eddie Thoneick and Avicii, continuing to gain respect with releases “Pride (A Deeper Love)” and “Home”. The first of these, a rework of the C&C Music Factory classic, complete with an epic remix from John Dahlbäck, gained radio support across the globe and achieved shining reviews in both IDJ and Mixmag, propelling it to number 5 in the UK Buzz chart.

Hot on its heels came “Home”, the powerhouse collaboration between KM, Grammy Award winning artist Paul Harris from Dirty Vegas, Michael Gray of Full Intention fame and sultry vocalist Sam Obernik. Hailed as ‘Ibiza summer magic’ and championed by Pete Tong on Radio 1, “Home” hit an even more impressive number 2 in the UK Buzz Chart and number 5 in the Cool Cuts Chart.

And now in 2011 the first single from the same named album “A Little Louder”, featuring legendary house vocalist Peyton, has blown up to epic proportions with an incredible list of achievements: number 5 UK Club Chart, no 19 UK Cool Cuts Chart, no 10 UK Buzz Chart, number 38 Beatport Top 100, number 11 Beatport House Chart, number 19 Australian ARIA Club Chart, number 3 DMC World Chart and number 2 DMC UK Chart. The unmissable remix package from TV Rock, Bassjackers, Muzzaik and Damian William garnered heavy support from national UK and French radio stations, plus the likes of Tiesto, Fatboy Slim, Roger Sanchez and Chuckie, remaining in the Beatport Charts for a whopping 5 months.

All of this successfully paved the way for the second album single “Don’t Cry” with explosive remixes by Hard Rock Sofa, Olav Basoski, Bass Kleph and Neon Stereo. Featuring Billboard chart-topping vocalist Mark Le Sal it earned another place in the official UK Club Chart reaching number 7, plus number 9 in the UK Buzz Chart and airplay on BBC Radio 1, Kiss FM, Capital FM and was played 5 weeks in a row on Roger Sanchez’s global Release Yourself radio show.

Which brings us to the eagerly awaited third single “Yawn” – a fun fuelled collaboration with UK pop starlet Sam Obernik and Dutch MC Jay Colin, sure to take the world by storm. A hit in the making, the release and accompanying video will be out before the end of the year and cause fans to do anything but yawn! The album itself will follow in early 2012, with a dynamic range of music featuring diverse vocal collaborations.

Alongside his own production work, KM is also label manager of the swiftly rising imprint Get Down Recordings. With an upcoming release schedule packed with fresh and exciting talent from around the world, Get Down has become synonymous with the discovery of exciting, forward-thinking house music and the promotion of talented emerging and established artists.