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Kormac - Superhero (feat. Mc Little Tree & Irvine Welsh)
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Superhero (feat. Mc Little Tree & Irvine Welsh)

Scribble Records

Released: 11th June 2012 | 2 track unusual single

Irvine Welsh and MC Little Tee take Kormac to new creative heights

Ireland's Kormac has been releasing records as a solo artist since 2007. His debut album 'Word Play' (2010 Scribble Records) features DJ Yoda, Koaste (Black Grass,) DJ Cheeba (Solid Steel/Ninja Tune) Messiah J & The Expert and MC Little Tree. At the age of seventeen he presented and produced his own radio show on Radio Caroline moving on to Power FM while his club deejaying progressed. He's supported everyone from DJ Hype and Goldie to Grandmaster Flash and Jurassic 5's DJ Numark. Not just a wizard behind the wheels of steel, Kormac's AV sets have seen his perform in UK, Europe and Eastern Europe alongside a recent Oz tour with Portishead.

His latest release for Scribble Records sees him teaming up with old pal MC Little Tee for the ska driven 'Superhero' while the guitar and string laden 'Another Screen' is a collaboration with literary great Irvine Welsh(Trainspotting, The Acid House, Skagboys). 'Another Screen' came about when Kormac turned up on Welsh's Edinburgh doorstep with the track written especially written for him. Rather than take out a restraining order the generous author took him in, fed and watered him and sent him home with the track complete. The result is a double header of contrasting styles that prove Kormac's on a creative high.

Kormac's stuff rocks - I'm a big fan of what he's doing right now... clear dancefloor bangers - DJ Yoda

He played live at Annie Mac Presents and had a barbershop quartet singing harmonies, plus trombones, trumpets and a double bass. He was scratching - it was the most bizarre setup I've ever seen, but it really works. - Annie Mac (BBC Radio 1)

Reminds me of a cross between Kid Koala and Fingathing - DJ Food (Ninja Tune)

DJ Kormac headlines taking the best 1930s and 1940s Bebop and Swing and fattening it up for the floor with crunching hip hop and breakbeats. Club Pick of the Week. - The Guardian

Tour Dates:

Munich - AV Show, Fri 25 May
Bochum, Germany, Details to follow Sat 26 May
Cork - A/V Show, Bodega, Sat 3 Jun
Sheffield - AV Show Queens Social, Sun 13 Jun
Cambridge, UK The King's Affair, Wed 20 Jun
Ballinlough, Ireland, Body & Soul Festival – Big Band, Sat 23 Jun
Galway, Bigtop - DJ set Supporting Chic), 19th July
Galway, Roisin Dub - Big Band, 28th July
Ireland, Cork XSW Festival - A/V 5th August
Portsmouth - A/V, 26th August
Ireland, Electric Picnic Festival, Main Stage - Big Band, 31st August

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"Great tracks, will play Another Screen on the show"
Rob Da Bank, BBC Radio 1/Sunday Best
"I'm always excited for some fresh music from Kormac - my favourite producer from Ireland!"
DJ Yoda, Antidote
"Loving these new tunes man"
Flux Pavilion, Circus Records
"I like the sentiments behind the words here, musically it sounds like you but taken forward and into the club a bit more on Superhero especially"
DJ Food, Ninja Tune
"Loving this release"
Jim Carroll, Head Music Writer for The
"I like the summer party vibes of SuperHero and the Irvine Welsh track reminds me of something Lemon Jelly might have done."
Nialler 9, Journalist, blogger & DJ
"Theyre fantastic, Ill play them both"
Dan Hegarty, Presenter of The Alternat
"Nice vibes yet again,"
Stevie G, Red FM presenter/Owner of