DJ and producer Marvin Humes has delivered his fresh club track, ‘All My People’, a slick embodiment of the UK producer’s club-ready grooves.
Supported by Mistajam on his BBC Radio 1 Dance Anthems show, the release follows the latest episode of his ‘Marvin’s Room’ live stream series, which sees the UK artist going B2B in the mix with some of the biggest names from across the dance world.
With TCTS, Kideko, and Jax Jones so far going b2b with the British producer across the broadcast, the release of ‘All My People’ follows another busy summer for Marvin, who headlined Jonas Blue’s Electronic Nature event at Hï Ibiza, as well as performances at Tinie Tempah’s ‘Disturbing Ibiza’ night at Ushuaia, and Positiva’s 25th anniversary at the legendary Cafe Mambo.
“I’m really excited about this record, it’s been going off in my Ibiza sets all summer & I can’t wait for everyone to hear it now,” added Marvin. “It’s my own little nod to the records & artists that inspired me.”
Citing artists such as Todd Terry, Frankie Knuckles and Masters at Work as his earliest musical influences on account of his father, who was also a DJ, Marvin Humes has since received support across the club circuit from the likes of Pete Tong, Paul Oakenfold, and Oliver Heldens, who all hammered his last release ‘Troy.’
The UK producer, who was included in Mixmag’s ‘Artists to Watch’, continues to cement his place as a respected DJ and tastemaker, with the massive ‘All My People’ out now.