Over the last few years music producer Kim Fai has built himself a reputation of delivering solid productions and remixes for undoubtedly some of the world's hottest dance music label's. The 24 year old hails from the small town of Tipton in The Black Country, not the first place you would expect to find one of the industry's rising stars. But Kim's infusion of Techno & Minimalist House productions have gained support from some of today's most influential artists including Sander Kleinenberg, Mark Knight, Funkagenda, Umek, Carl Kennedy, Seamus Haji, ATFC, Exacta, Trophy Twins, Noir and Paul Thomas to name a few.
Kim's latest instalment of material has been given the ultimate seal of approval. What originally started out as a 3 track EP has escalated into a 10 track solo album/EP and was swiftly snapped up by one of the worlds most respected dance music label's, Toolroom Records. This is something never before done by the ever expanding Maidstone based label, home to some of dance music's biggest names and who have had countless dancefloor, underground and mainstream hits from some of the biggest and most exciting names in modern day dance.
This isn't the first time Kim has joined forces with Toolroom, he's previously remixed Funkagenda's “San Francisco” and “What The F*&k” the latter of which was supported by A – List DJ's world wide including Roger Sanchez and reached #16 on Beatport's Tech House chart. And more recently his remix of Ricky Stone's “Shanghai Taxi” hit #1 at Djmag.com and #5 on Djdownload's Techno chart, remaining firmly in the top 20 for 3 weeks.
Over the next few months Kim will be releasing remixes of Warren Clarke “Shake It” and Giorgia B & Planetta Borracho “Tequila” on Big Love Digital, and he'll also be doing some very special production collaberations with Funkagenda, Carl Kennedy, Exacta and Paul Thomas in the very near future.
Kim Fai's 10 track solo album “Kissing In Krakow” will be available on Toolroom Records late September.