Kaye carved out a celebrated career in drum’n’bass before shifting his focus onto house and techno.
Marcus ‘Intalex’ Kaye, the Manchester-based producer who most recently went by the name of Trevino, has passed away this weekend.
Burley-born Kaye began his career in the ‘90s and worked as a drum’n’bass producer for well over a decade, helming the Soul:r and Revolve:r labels. He took on the Trevino alias in 2011 and moved his focus onto house and techno productions, releasing debut album 21 in 2011.
As Trevino, he released records on a number of labels, including 3024 and Ben Klock’s Klockworks imprint.
The Black Madonna, Daniel Avery and more artists from the dance music community have paid tribute.
Fuck. RIP Trevino. What an amazing talent
— Daniel Avery (@danielmarkavery) May 28, 2017
Jesus. Terrible news for dance music. RIP Marcus Intalex/Trevino. Such a massive, universe spanning talent. Travel safe, brother.
— The Black Madonna (@blackmadonnachi) May 28, 2017
— Boddika (@Boddika) May 28, 2017
Shocked and devastated RIP @marcusintalex a true legend & friend. 😰
— Fabio & Grooverider (@fabioandgroove) May 28, 2017
I can't believe it…lost for words…a true master & legend has left us. RIP Marcus Intalex. Sending love & strength to his family 🙏
— Andy C (@ANDYC_ram) May 28, 2017
https://t.co/6ECJTrX6lN NOOOOOO !!!!!! Such a top guy and Amazing Talent. RIP Marcus Intalex
— Mark Pritchard (@markprtchrd) May 28, 2017