- Hideout Festival expands, adding an extra night of DJs, camping, two new arenas and daytime programming Now starting Thursday 28th June, the additions include DJ Marky and Michael Mayer
- The Charlatans announce a return to Delamere Forest for 2013
- SOUL II SOUL ANNOUNCED AS THE ‘FEEL GOOD FRIDAY’ HEADLINER FOR THE NINTH ANNUAL WYCHWOOD FESTIVAL
- Chantal Claret (ex-Morningwood) releases debut album
- BoomTown Fair Presents… Magic Carpets, Mayan Temples, Mariachi Mayhem and Moving Monoliths!
Released on Champion Records: 3rd February 2013 Mike Delinquent Project follows hot on the heels of previous singles “Step In The Dance” and “Party’s Over Here”, with another heavy hitting collaboration in the form of “Mama Said”. The new single features long-time collaborator KCAT (pronounced as ‘Cat’) plus man of the moment Mikill Pane!
“Mama Said” retains elements of the UK Garage sound that Mike’s best known for and combines a bouncy bassline with rolling breakbeat-driven beats, also with hint of dub influence in there too. KCAT‘s impressive story-telling vocal floats perfectly over Mike’s beats, whilst Mikill Pane‘s unique flow and engaging lyrics lament the experiences of being a young tearaway, and knowing the value of parental advice.
Mikill Pane is fast becoming the nation’s favourite modern hip-hop artist and is no stranger to the limelight. His EP earlier this year saw him collaborating with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Example and Paloma Faith, whilst his current ‘Dirty Rider‘ EP via Mercury Records sees him team up with Rizzle Kicks, as well as lead single Dirty Rider being supported extensively by the likes of Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Huw Stephens and Mistajam on Radio 1.
Fresh off the back of the Festival season this year, where he headlined the BBC Introducing stage at Reading & Leeds Festival, he jumped straight back onstage to join Rizzle Kicks on their UK Tour. Our absolutely huge remix package kicks off with a supercharged big room mix from The Wideboys, whose Electro House stylings take things in a more commercial dance floor direction with a massive breakdown that pushes it into forward thinking territory.