Kilo Kish - 'Creepwave' [Listen]
A new day, a new genre of music.
We're not sure Kilo Kish is trying to fly the flag for a new genre, especially since most artists found on Tri Angle Records would fit the tag better, but 'Creepwave' seems an appropriate title for a track that sounds like a drunk 2am voicemail.
Big things are coming her way.
If there was any doubt about Eddi Front's incredible talent following the release of 'Gigantic' last month, then 'Texas' has certainly laid that ghost to rest. Much like the saying that proceeds this sentence, her vocals are framed by ghostly piano lines and swirls of reverb. [read more]
Beginning with reverbing clicks and soft, intergalactic synth, the track samples Justin Timberlake's vocals from 'Until The End Of Time', which seem to echo off into a distant backdrop of heart-shaped nebulae and flickering star clusters. The beat approaches you with all its rolling hi-hat goodness, oscillating betweeen cymbal-supported snares and groups of bouncy kick, underpinning it all with a glossy surge of sub-bass. [read more]