2009
03
Freitag April

DJ Kormac

Cafe Leopold Salon Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien
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DJ Kormac

ABOUT KORMAC:

Kormac’s debut solo release (The Scratch Marchin’ EP) was released worldwide in 2007 and sold out 2 re-presses having received support from established DJs and stations including Bonobo (Ninja Tunes) DJ Craze, Joe Ransom (Kiss FM, London) DJ Food, Crazy P and a host of others. DJ Yoda is currently giving the track a lot of plays during his sets and included the title track from the EP on his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix. Tracks from the record also featured on the highly respected Solid Steel Radio Show . The EP picked up plays in clubs and on the air the world over while the video for Rainstorm also picked up plays ..s of telly stations!

Kormac began his DJing career presenting and producing his own hip hop/drum and bass show on the now defunct Radio Caroline at the tender age of 17. As he started to hone his style he moved on to larger pirates like Power FM and eventually started to get some gigs in clubs playing scratched up, dance-floor sets. Since then he has played in almost every established venue nationwide at one point or another and has played support to many international acts including DJ Hype, DJ Yoda, Fabio, The Scratch Perverts, Grandmaster Flash, Goldie, DJ Storm, DJ Numark (Jurassic 5) DJ Craze, Doc Scott, Asian Dub Foundation and countless others. Along the way he also won the Irish Student DJ Championships, placed in a national DMC mixing finals and played at several major Irish festivals.

Kormac’s DJ sets are no longer purely drum n’ bass affairs and now incorporates many different styles of music all assembled in a cut n’ paste fashion. He uses Serato Scratch live and also designed his own ‘live sampling’ turntable-controlled program . Kormac is a resident at Scribble and also DJs with the Bodytonic Sound System. He plays regularly around the country and Europe. He has recently completed 2 film soundtracks, both aired on Irish and UK TV.

www.myspace.com/djkormac