Mark Kane on The Weekend Wind-up (ETN.FM)

Broadcast a few weeks ago, here is an exclusive radio set that I did for “The Weekend Windup” hosted by Torin on ETN.FM and DI.FM please download and enjoy!

The Consummate Professional, these very words capture Mark Kane. The native New Yorker has built a solid reputation among promoters and club-goers alike for bringing world class mixing and the best, but not necessarily most well known, tracks to the dance floor. His blend of tough and gritty house with sexy techno has helped him quickly emerge from the depths of US scene.

Tracklist:

  • Sebo K & Metro “saxtrack” (Reboot Twisted Fist Remix)
  • Fabian Argomedo “due”
  • Lissat & Voltaxx “sunrise Over Mali” (D-nox & Beckers Remix)
  • Kaiserdisco “espandrillo”
  • Pan-pot “diamond Heads”
  • Joel Mull “passing Through”
  • Benny “my Ten Points” (Federico Milan Remix)
  • Loco & Jam “medusa”
  • Paul Ritch “jackson Flavour”
  • Aneuria “one Foot Army”
  • Don Santos “florans” (Alex D’ella & Nihil Young Remix)

Over the past few years, Mark has shared stages with marquee acts ranging from John Digweed and James Holden to Sebastian Ingrosso and Wolfgang Gartner having brought his sound to some of the top venues in the country: Avalon (Hollywood), On Broadway (San Diego), House of Blues (Las Vegas), The Mayan Theater (LA).

His remix work has been featured on System Recordings (NYC), Looq Records (SF), Lung Filler Records (UK), QueBola Records (GER), Bavaria Recordings (GER), Knob Records (NYC), Reticent Recordings (US) and Brazil Underground Studios (Sao Paolo).

Now living in Los Angeles, Mark is working through a full production schedule with originals and remixes that have been getting support from James Zabiela, Funkagenda, James Talk and Fergie among others. Mark will also have Exclusive DJ mixes featured on KissFM (EU), Pulse Radio (UK) and Proton Radio.

Mark’s new EP under his “Self-Styled” moniker is slated for release in 2010 along with several original tracks and various remix projects. A down-tempo album under his “Gentlemen of Leisure” guise is coming soon as well. You can expect Mark to continue to make a name for himself among the heavyweights of the Techno and Tech House scenes.

“I have a definite appreciation for the history of this music and this culture. However, my music isn’t intended as a soundtrack to a retrospective. It’s about making people move today. This song, this moment, right now.”
-Mark Kane

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Originator of the underground EDM scene in North Carolina. No one has done it bigger or better. You can follow in my footsteps, but you can't wear my shoes.