With an extensive trajectory in English jazz, soul and jazz funk scene and as a DJ, musician, compilator and label boss, Kev began working in pirate radio stations in the middle of the 80s, while he was also in charge of the soul & jazz funk sessions in music stores from London’s West End. His refined musical criteria, has been plastered in respected compilations like “Nu-jazz Generation”, “Best of Terry Callier” and “Best of Grant Gren”, published in great labels like Blue Note, Charly Records and BBE. The euroclubbing days would come later, with Wax Club and Moly Bar from London’s Soho and from epicenters, sharing cabins with Paul Oakenfold, Trevor Fung and Gilles Peterson, being able to consecrate himself in the Olympus of modern DJs.
Today, he is one of the people responsible for Southport Weekender, which is the most important black music festival in the United Kingdom. He also hosts a weekly radio show in solarradio.com and his own sessions, mixing funky, broken beats, nu jazz and hose, proving its excellent reputation over 30 years of professional trajectory.