Kevin McKay

Kevin McKay


Kevin McKay (born 24 May), is a Scottish DJ, electronic musician, record label owner and record producer now based in London.

McKay studied at The University of Strathclyde from 1989 to 1995. One night in 1991 while DJing at the University's student union he met Andy Carrick. The pair subsequently began collaborating on music together. Three years later McKay secured £2000 of funding from The Princes' Trust to release their music on his Muzique Tropique imprint.

In 1997 McKay founded Glasgow Underground Recordings. The label has released music by Romanthony, Milton Jackson, Mateo and Matos, Jersey Street as well as productions by McKay himself.

In 2002 McKay met Myles Macinnes better known by the stage name Mylo, founded Breastfed Recordings and signed Macinnes to the label.

In 2003 McKay under the pseudonym Brian Warner produced and mixed the Linus Loves single "Stand Back". It was a cover version of the 1983 Stevie Nicks' song. The track peaked at No. 31 in the UK Singles Chart in November 2003.

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