Amsterdam Dance Event

18/19/20/21/22 Oct 2017

Kid Massive

Kid Massive

2015 was an amazing year for Kid Massive. His last 3 singles all hitting the coveted Beatport Top 10 spots as well as 2 x Buzz Chart positions with support from industry heavyweights such as Kryder, Don Diablo, UMEK, Deniz Koyu, Blasterjaxx, Todd Terry and Lucas & Steve as well as spins on BBC Radio 1 and Kiss FM.

Continuing on from his previous smash on Fedde le Grands imprint Flamingo Records,
“I Feel For You”, the follow up single “Andorra”, a latin infused house cut picked up support from the likes of Tom Staar, Deniz Koyu, Sick Individuals and Blasterjaxx.

Hot on its heels, “Stand Up Miami”, a collab with the Hoxton Whores smashed the Beatport chart rising to Nr 9 in the House Chart and set the stage for the updated version of Kid’s own seminal classic “Get Busy” which was championed by BBC Radio 1’s Danny Howard,
Don Diablo, My Digital Enemy and many others.

The final release of 2015 was “Explode” released on German powerhouse lab Housessesion. It garnered radio and club support from heavyweights such as Sultan & Shepherd, Chuckie and Spinnin regulars The Futuristic Polar Bears.

2016 is off to an equally strong start, with releases scheduled with Great Stuff Recordings, The Hoxton Whores owned label Whore House Records and Housesession Recordings as well as releases scheduled on his own imprint Get Down Recordings. Get Down Recordings is label managed by Kontor Records for the world and Sony Music / Discowax for Scandinavia

In late 2015 Kid Massive joined London’s leading events organizer Orange Nation to become one of the main afterhours residents at Ministry Of Sound and at their flagship club Fire.

Massive by name and massive by sound, this is one dance act that is ready to live up to his title. We can all quite literally, expect big things in the future from Kid Massive!
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