Allow me to introduce myself, my name is…K-Mac (not HOV, sorry). I’ve been a part of the Got Bass family for quite some time now, being good friends with all of the founding members. When Got Bass first started I was helping promote the shows they were putting on in the Denver area (as well as some ridiculous house parties). For about the past year or so now I’ve taken on the role of editor for the blog, as well as being a contributing writer. In this year I’ve also begun DJing as well as producing my own tracks. I’ve been welcomed to play numerous Got Bass shows this year, and figured I might as well add my own artist profile to the site (you can view all the artist’s profiles from the drop down tab on the top). In it I added a detailed bio as well as my music that you can listen to. I’ll save you the effort of clicking another link and just attach my whole profile to this post, thanks for checking me out!
K-Mac (Kevin McIntosh) has been involved with music as long as he can remember. He grew up with music all around him, with his father being a bass player in various bands during the 1960′s and 70′s, music was second nature to Kevin even as a baby. Kevin began taking piano lessons at the age of six, and took them for seven years until he was 13. He also played tenor saxophone for a few years in middle school. Eventually he took up the Electric Guitar at the age of 13 and took a few years of lessons, giving himself enough knowledge to tryout for his high school jazz band, and eventually became first chair jazz guitar for his junior and senior years. It was in his senior year when he started getting involved with Electronic Dance Music, and found a few programs which he began to learn the basics of production. After getting out of high school he decided that he wanted to go to the University of Colorado Denver Campus to study Music Business, where he is now about to graduate from. It was near the end of 2009 when he first got his copy of Ableton Live, and really started to get serious with producing music. Around this time his friends started a company called Got Bass Music. He helped promote for their many shows, which began as mainly house parties, but quickly grew to hosting their own events at various venues in the Colorado area. By summer of 2010 he decided that he would also like to try out DJ’ing, and bought himself an APC40. Since then he has played various shows in the Denver area, causing people to get down with hard bass tunes, utilizing techniques such as key matching and using cue points for flawless mixes . He has played at venues such as Beta Nightclub, Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom, Cervantes’ Other Side, and Shotgun Willie’s, as well as playing numerous house parties and other shows in the Denver Metro Area. K-Mac has lately been very dedicated to working on his own original productions, using his vast musical knowledge to help bring something different to the world of electronic music. You can expect to hear a lot from this artist in the very near future, so keep your eyes and ears peeled!