Dj S.K.T Biography

DJ S.K.T is a UK underground music producer, DJ and label manager, known for his work involving garage, experimental bass, deep and soulful house.
Starting his career at age 12, DJ S.K.T entered under-18 DJ competitions between the age of 12–17 including 'Technics DMC under 18's battle' in which he came fourth in the country. He also entered the 'Radio 1 Search for a DJ' (under 18's) in which he came sixth in the country.

In 2013, he remixed a number of well-known tracks including Miguel's "Adorn", Somore's "I Refuse" and The Nightcrawlers's "Push the Feeling On" which went on to be signed by Ministry of Sound and released in 2014 as an official single.

Tipped as the "Go-to name for major labels craving that underground credibility" and "one of the (underground) scenes best producers", it surely wont be long until S.K.T crosses over (into the mainstream)". In March 2014, he produced Little Nikki's single "Right Before My Eyes" which was released by Sony/Deconstruction on August 10, 2014.

In June 2014, he remixed Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill's UK no. 1 "Gecko (Overdrive)" and has had releases on AATW/Universal and Rinse FM’s Audio Rehab label. Other notable remixes he has worked on include tracks for New York house label Strictly Rhythm, Kontor and New State.

He is working with Damon C. Scott, the vocalist on the number one track by Storm Queen and MK, "Look Right Through", Rachel K Collier (Ray Foxx) and has worked on remixes for Wilkinson and Becky Hill.

He has delivered guest mixes for Topman, Kiss FM UK, Capital Xtra and was the resident DJ on BBC 1Xtra Talent in February 2014. Supporters of him include Annie Mac, MK (who featured on S.K.T’s mix of "Push the Feeling On" on his BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix), Amine Edge, Steve Smart, DJ Target, Mistajam, Grant Nelson and Sam Divine (Defected).
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