DBP and High Tide are set to bring MK (Marc Kinchen) back to Southampton’s premier warehouse venue on Saturday 15th March 2014. The Warehouse (DBP’s branded version of The Mo’club) has seen some of the most well established and fastest rising starts in both mainstream and underground dance music grace the stage over the last year. One of those guests was indeed MK and his appearance created such a buzz that DBP and High Tide have decided to bring him back. In fact, MK actually expressed a desire to come back to our very own Southampton and party with you lot. That’s not the end of the story though, as this time MK will be supported by Hannah Wants, and if you were at Rhino in January then you’ll know that this is extremely good news (she smashed the place to bits and it was a goddamn Thursday).
Marc Kinchen, better known as MK, is one of house music’s most famous names. With his instantly-recognisable dub vocal edits, he defined a style of his own that makes him one of the most in-demand remixers on the planet, more than 20 years into his career. In the midst of a classic house revival, MK continues to have underground and commercial success having recently reached number one with his remix of Storm Queen’s slow-mo groover “Look Right Through”. By the way, keep a look out for used towels on the night … you could bag yourself £10000.
If you think it is purely the men who bring it hard behind the decks – you have yet to meet Hannah Wants. Miss Wants, notorious for her hard-hitting bass house style, is a self taught DJ from Birmingham. Over the past few years this new genre of house music has quickly risen to the forefront of the scene with Hannah securely taking the reigns as its leading lady.
Despite being hugely creative at the decks, the mystery of Hannah’s stage name was born from a slightly less inventive place. Liking the letter “W” and searching through a list of words in the dictionary is Hannah’s exciting account of the birth of her surprisingly ingenious alias “Hannah Wants”.
Support DJs are yet to be announced, but you can expect some of the usual suspects from the High Tide family.