After bursting onto the house music scene in late 2013 with his remix of John Moss and Kellie Allen’s “Show You” (Phonetic Recordings), there is no sign of any let up in the ascent of Kisch’s stock. A second release on Phonetic, his remix of label boss Rob Roar’s “What’s Happening To Me”, is due for imminent release. A collaboration with Touch & Go has also been snapped up by Great Stuff Recordings, and Smiley Fingers will provide the platform for a summer release of the moody “Drag Your Feet”. Add to that a double release of big-room belters “Take It All” and “Work Of Art” on Notting Hill Music’s Transmission label due in April and it’s easy to see why excitement is rapidly building around this project. Mentored by Ibiza stalwart Pete Gooding, Kisch’s sound draws influence from all corners of the musical spectrum, from Mark Knight and My Digital Enemy in the house scene, to the indie rock genre in which he cut his songwriting teeth. Warm sonic textures and infectious melodies provide the trademarks of his intelligent sound, with his own vocals used on all of his original material to date. There’s no doubt that this singer, songwriter, producer, performer AND DJ has a bright future within the music industry.