DMK may refer to:
- Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam, a political party in Tamil Nadu, India
- DMK (band), a Colombian Depeche Mode cover band featuring Dicken Schrader
- DMK Erotic Art Museum, a museum in Paris, France
- Don Mueang International Airport, by IATA code, in Bangkok, Thailand
DMK is a Depeche Mode cover band formed in 2010 in Bogotá, Colombia, featuring Dicken Schrader (lead vocals, keyboard, xylophone, ukulele, percussion), his daughter Milah Schrader (background vocals, recorder, melodica, ukulele, percussion) and his son Korben Schrader (background vocals, toy keyboard, xylophone, toy accordion, percussion). DMK is noted for crudely emulating the sounds of Depeche Mode using an old keyboard and various toys and household items as instruments. The band became an instant internet sensation in January, 2012, following the release of their third cover video, " Everything Counts," and since then it has been featured in blog entries by Perez Hilton and Oprah Winfrey and in news reports worldwide by CBS News, The Huffington Post, SkyNews, The Guardian, Wired Magazine and many more. The band was featured in MTV Iggy's "10 Colombian bands on the rise" article, by JetSet Magazine as the most famous Colombians in YouTube, and their remake of “Everything Counts” has been selected by Electronic Beats magazine as one of the ten best Depeche Mode covers ever. Since their online success, DMK has been invited to perform in front of live audiences in Colombia, the United States and Spain.