The Octagon. Friday
Brighton, U.K.-based DJ/producer Ryan Hurley (aka Kideko) sprung onto the U.K. house scene in 2015 with the release of his debut single "The Jam." Originally, Hurley played in local bands as a drummer; it wasn't until he went to Northbrook College, where he studied music technology and music production, that he became interested in electronic/dance music. His debut single, which sampled Technotronic's "Pump up the Jam," gained him recognition from various BBC Radio One DJs, including, Annie Mac, Mistajam, Danny Howard, and Pete Tong. Hurley released his second single in 2016 in collaboration with George Kwali, titled "Crank It (Woah!)."