Kevin Gorman

"The digital master from Manchester' ... DJ Hell

"Sounds like Robert Hood after eating too much Sushi!” ... Philter-Music Germany

Kevin Gorman is a DJ & Producer from Manchester, England. He is best known for his releases on International Deejay Gigolo, his involvement with Net28 in Madrid and the label he runs Mikrowave. In December 2007 his debut album 'Chemistry Lock' was released on Gigolo, featuring the single DMX.

Kevin has played throughout Europe's clubs and festivals, including Fabric in London, Sonar in Barcelona, The Watergate and The Berghain in Berlin and Rex Club in Paris. He performs exclusively with his laptop and MIDI gear, crafting live and improvised edits each time.

From March to June 2009 this has resulted in him releasing a series of singles called 'Elements' where he is catering exclusively for DJ's of this sort- by releasing all the parts to his music alongside the original tracks.

Kevin is a member of Madrid's Net28 crew alongside Alex Under, Tadeo and Damian Schwartz. His track '8' is included on the first ever Net28 release, a compilation simply called ‘01’. Previously he has released two records for Alex Under's CMYK label - the Nota Azul EP and a remix of Damian Schwartz’s Verde Confeti.

Mikrowave was formed in 2006 and has become a platform for artists worldwide. It has featured music from Marcel Dettmann, Alex Under, Agaric, Marc Ashken, Tadeo, Mark Broom and others.

Kevin's remix highlights include the R & S rave classic ‘Vamp’ by Outlander, as well Alloy Mental’s ‘God is Green’ for Skint Records.

He has also recorded under different aliases, and at various times worked in the music industry as promoter, graphic designer, bootlegger, teacher and photographer. Using the name 'Cheech' he remixed Tony Thomas for 'Bugged' (2003) and had his first track 'Rocksteady' (2002) re-released on Distinctiv' in 2004. Cheech has appeared on compilations including James Lavelle's Global Underground, Y4K and others. Kevin is based in his Manchester studio, and is originally from Chester, England.