Since his selection for the Red Bull Music Academy in 2003 Cork-native Colm K has become a staple of his local scene, trusted as resident of the renowned Sunday Times party whose musical ethos operates on an “anything goes” policy.
Much like Colm K’s sonic palette, the Irish producer’s musical knowledge ranges from soul, hip hop, disco, rare groove, house and beyond, with his productions and DJ sets causing a ruckus across a number of international dance floors.
Fresh from his acclaimed Heights EP on Dublin’s All City Records late last year, Colm K returns with two off-kilter jams for London imprint Tiff Joints. Backed with a remix from fellow groover K15, the record once again cements Colm K as a serious force in the world of soul-infused dance music.
Stepping up for Hyp 335, Colm K delivers a colourful collage of club jazz and electronica, drawing heat from the likes of Pender Street Steppers, Marcellus Pittman, Hanna and Organized Konfusion.
organized konfusion – open your eyes
y society – dizzy
pender street steppers – no need
green pickles feat. billy lowe – feedback
marcellus pittman – can’t forget about you
hanna – wayfairing man
nick holder – what i feel
shigeto – detroit feat. marcus elliot
alexander hope – brothers and sisters
beautiful people – i got the rhythm
ccoach house rhythm section – no such thing
jean adebambo – say that yo love me
colm k – beginnings (k15 remix)
rita ef – stop! stop
Beginnings / Six Four Hundred is out now on Tiff Joints. Order it here.