Kamixlo – Mata Lo

Another colossal stomper from the Brixton-based producer.


Words by: Aurora Mitchell

A Latino producer based in London, Kamixlo has been putting out his own tracks as well as edits for a year now. Often featuring percussion that drills and hammers its way into your ear drums, he comes through with another banger in the form of Mata Lo. Drums stomp their way through the track at a steady pace while a relentless vocal sample sounds like a siren over the top.

Kamixlo featured on Blaze Kidd's mixtape at the end of last year and has been a part of venue-changing South London party Endless. Tomorrow, he plays with Murlo, Crackstevens and Promise at London's Miranda Bar

We spoke to Kamixlo over email to get a bit more info about the producer.

Hello, Kamixlo. Who are you and what do you do?

Kamixlo: "I'm Kami and I BEEEEN making music."

Where are you based?

Kamixlo: "Brixton, but Chile in my blood."

How did you start out DJing and producing?

Kamixlo: "Been making music from day and low key training lucha libre since day. We put on parties a few summers ago so I started djing for fun. Now it's time for us to eat hehe."

How did you fall in with guys like Endgame, Blaze Kidd, etc?

Kamixlo: "My day ones are Uli K, Blaze Kidd, and Lexxi. Always been with them. Met Endgame, Palmistry, Bladee, and Ana Caprix later in life, but they fully blood now. How I met them should always remain lowkey."

Have you got any future releases and things sorted and in the pipeline?

Kamixlo: "I just finished my EP. Can't speak much about it now, but info will be coming soon. I'm also working on Blaze Kidd's new EP and Uli K's debut release."

What tracks have you been hammering recently?

Kamixlo: "Itami by Uli K. Blackbox by Nkisi. 4am by Bladee. Cross The Country by Migos. Icnorante by Blaze Kidd. Bare unreleased Lexxi tracks."