” Back to 2003, with one of the biggest classics released ever – Panoptic – Surface (Kingkade Remix). ”
Panoptic (Global Underground, Baroque), Kingkade (Pangea, Minimal Records, Dirty Blue Records)
Surface (Kingkade Remix)
Style: Progressive, Progressive House
Released: July 2003
Label: Minimal Records
” In August 2001 Kingkade launched his own label Minimal Records, a vehicle to get the music that he believed in out there and also to showcase his own productions. The label’s discography includes Kingkade (Fools Gold), Panoptic (Surface), Filta (Abuse), Rhythm Code (Tonight) and the brilliant Tempted by Tiny Elvis. Minimal Records has become regarded as a label that is consistently releasing quality records, a reputation that has only been reinforced with each release. Support coming from every corner from the likes of Sander Kleinenberg, Xpress 2, Steve Lawler, James Zabiela, Red Jerry, Nick Warren, Clive Henry, Satoshi Tommie, Sasha, and countless others. Minimal Records are thought of in high regard amongst other labels and the press. Reviews have been coming in thick and fast as the label grows from strength to strength. Artists that have been involved in projects are as follows, Pako & Frederik, Pilivin & Zimbardo, Mick Burns, Paris & Sharp, Dj Gogo, Fred Numf, Inkfish, plus many more.
Kingkade has done many remix’s over the last few years for the likes of Pako & Frederik, Chris Lake for Pengea Recordings, 3 remixes for Addictive records and many others from his home grown artists on Minimal. Minimal Records has managed to get on many compilations in 2002/2003, including Global Underground – After-hours, Pako & Frederik’s debut mix on Majestic Music, James Zabiela‘s mix for the new groovetech series, Dj Gogo mix for Q –club series in Switzerland, Directions on Underground Records and Decks and the City from Take Out Records compilation from New York, Laya & Bushwhacka , All Night Long, Kazel and many more. ” Discogs