K Motionz // Wellington

Wellington // September 19th 2019

Coastal Promotions is extremely proud to present: K Motionz (UK)

K Motionz has already taken the scene by storm at only the tender age of 20. He’s been noinmaated for countless DnB awards and released some of the biggest Jump Up tunes of recent times. K-Mo finally makes his way to the pacific for a debut Australia and New Zealand tour. Catch him live and direct this September

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On Friday August 31 K Motionz released his debut album The Evolution.

The specific date was no coincidence; it was his 19th birthday. Yet this week marks six years since he released his first single; Bloodbath on Alpha9 with Eazy. Even by today’s game standards, K Motionz (real name Kallum Brookes) cut his teeth at an extremely young age.

In the years that have passed since that first release Kallum has worked with a rollcall of the most on point, next-gen nurturing labels from Smoke Signal Audio (home to early releases by Damage Report), Clawhammer (home to early releases by Bou), Levela’s Multi Function and of course DJ Dominator’s D-Stortion.

It hasn’t always been easy for him, sending club-ready music years before he could legally enter a venue. But his persistence and studio diligence have paid off as his music is currently at the top of many discerning playlists: From Kings Of The Rollers opening many of their shows with his track Round Ere to Chase & Status and Brockie smashing up Carnival with his track Gunshot.

Both of those cuts, and 14 more, can be found on his debut album ‘The Evolution’. The specific title is no coincidence, either; ‘The Evolution’ documents the sound a young producer really settling into his technical abilities and developing his sound. A balanced LP ranging from deeper, darker sounds to the more all-out riff heavy cuts he broke through on, ‘The Evolution’ is a personal body of work for Kallum who wanted to show where he’s at and where he’s heading. That’s why there’s only one collaboration on there…

The Dominator with the one and only Dom (RIP). Read on to find out how Kallum started to produce at such a young age, how the album came together and how Dom’s legacy can beyond his own musical legacy but in those who he helped in the game, too.

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