|September 24, 2016|
FUBAR SATURDAY PRESENTS : DJ S.K.T
DJ S.K.T is a fast rising name in the UK’s underground music circuit. A producer, DJ, and label manager, the Londoner specializes in all forms of dance music – from deep & soulful house, garage & experimental bass, all tied together with a common thread of working a dancefloor.
Coming into his own in 2013 with remixes of Miguel’s “Adorn”, Somore’s “I Refuse” and The Nightcrawlers “Push The Feeling On”, his tracks as a must have for any self respecting DJ. Currently generating over 40,000 plays a week on Soundcloud, DJ S.K.T can include fans and supporters such as MK (Who recently featured S.K.T’s mix of ‘Push The Feeling On’ on his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix), Amine Edge, Annie Mac, Steve Smart, DJ Target, Mistajam, Grant Nelson, Fredde Le Grand & Sam Divine (Defected).
He has recently produced Little Nikki’s single “Right before my eyes” for Sony/Deconstruction, remixed Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill’s UK No.1 “Gecko/Overdrive” and has had releases on AATW/Universal and Rinse FM’s Audio Rehab label. Remix work includes tracks for legendary New York House label Strictly Rhythm, Kontor and New State.
He is also currently working with Damon C Scott, the vocalist on the No.1 track by Storm Queen & MK – “Look right through”, Rachel K Collier (Ray Foxx) and is working on forthcoming remixes for Wilkinson & Becky Hill.
He has delivered guest mixes for Kiss FM UK, Capital Xtra and was resident DJ on BBC “1Xtra Talent” in Feb 2014.
Starting his career at a young age, S.K.T entered many under 18 DJ competitions between the age of 12-17 including the “Technics DMC under 18’s battle” in which he came 4th in the country. He also entered the “Radio 1 search for a DJ” (under 18’s) in which he came 6th in the country. Both of theese competitions gave S.K.T alot of experience playing infront of thousands of people his age up and down the country.
Tipped as a “Rising Star” (DJ Mag) and “One of the (underground) scenes best Producers” (htfr.com) “it surely wont be long until S.K.T crosses over (into the mainstream)” (DJ Mag).