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Matt Kavanagh joins LTBH family with ‘Your Mind’


Let There Be House are delighted to welcome up-and-coming producer Matt Kavanagh to the LTBH family with his new release ‘Your Mind’ featuring the vocal talents of Coucous. 

This has a real 90’s UK House vibe with those infectious piano-driven chords and super catchy vocals. Already picking up huge support via Radio and live Stream play from DJs such as SassyB & Mark Love: Select FM, Glen Horsborough: Let There Be House, Stuart Ewening: Fresh Soundz, Craig Adams: House Nations, Johnny Dangerous: Spectrum House Show, too mention a few.

A track that will get your crowd’s hands in the air!

Matt Kavanagh says “This is my first released track “Your Mind” and inclus the awesome vocals of CouCous and is part of the “Let There Be House” Records family. This track is an anthem in the making and was written around my passion for 90’s music and fully embraces my love for Rave, UK Garage & the House Music scene.  This peak time Club Banger or Beach House vibe track gives you all the feel’s of 90’s nostalgia with a hypnotic bass line groove.”

Matt has been in the electronic music scene since 1997 playing UK Garage & House. Matt started his DJ career in his home county Kent playing in many bars & clubs throughout Kent, Sussex & London playing vinyl to small & large crowds. 

Since 2006, Matt has been playing in local venues and spreading his love of House Music until 2022 when he finally took the plunge back into music education and learning the art of producing House Music at the Toolroom Academy where Matt has completed courses to build on his extensive knowledge of music and production to create his “sound”. In

In 2023 Matt started his own Podcast Radio Show “House Sweet House” and also signed his first House track to Let There Be House Records which is a 90s Rave/Garage/House Vibe with an awesome female vocal.

Keep your eye on this artist, he is set to build on his large foundation of music knowledge to bring you more epic tracks. 

We premiere ‘Your Mind’ on Data Transmission, check it out now and grab it here.

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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