Rising star Kilder releases his 10-track debut EP 'Don't Hide', taking listeners on a whirlwind ride through club music as heard through Kilder's ears: emotive house, hard-edged bass and divine indie-disco bring the energy, while more cerebral ambient tracks wind things down. Although it's largely club music, there's a pop sensibility at play throughout, with punchy song structures and a keen ear for melody that poke at the pop zeitgeist. Guests on the EP range from established names like underground legend Trim and Japanese soulstress Friday Night Plans to art-school-up & comers Jasper Lotti, LYZZA, k_anti and LYAM. As a debut body of work, it's a product of self-discovery and a bold first statement that speaks of big things to come. Kilder has released half the record as warm-up singles, starting with the title track 'Don't Hide' back in July which reverberated in underground circles and saw him featured by Dazed, Dummy, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent in addition to heavy tastemaker playlist support across all DSPs. Since then, the producer has racked up over 2 million streams, received plaudits from Jack Saunders' Future Artists show on BBC Radio 1 and was dubbed 'one to watch' by Notion magazine. At just 20 years old, the Amsterdam based producer is an essential new addition to your record box and a thrilling new talent for 2021.
Rising star Kilder releases his 10-track debut EP 'Don't Hide', taking listeners on a whirlwind ride through club music as heard through Kilder's ears: emotive house, hard-edged bass and divine indie-disco bring the energy, while more cerebral ambient tracks wind things down. Although it's largely club music, there's a pop sensibility at play throughout, with punchy song structures and a keen ear for melody that poke at the pop zeitgeist. Guests on the EP range from established names like underground legend Trim and Japanese soulstress Friday Night Plans to art-school-up & comers Jasper Lotti, LYZZA, k_anti and LYAM. As a debut body of work, it's a product of self-discovery and a bold first statement that speaks of big things to come. Kilder has released half the record as warm-up singles, starting with the title track 'Don't Hide' back in July which reverberated in underground circles and saw him featured by Dazed, Dummy, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent in addition to heavy tastemaker playlist support across all DSPs. Since then, the producer has racked up over 2 million streams, received plaudits from Jack Saunders' Future Artists show on BBC Radio 1 and was dubbed 'one to watch' by Notion magazine. At just 20 years old, the Amsterdam based producer is an essential new addition to your record box and a thrilling new talent for 2021.
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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 05/21/2021
UPC: 5060202594979

Don't Hide
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Rising star Kilder releases his 10-track debut EP 'Don't Hide', taking listeners on a whirlwind ride through club music as heard through Kilder's ears: emotive house, hard-edged bass and divine indie-disco bring the energy, while more cerebral ambient tracks wind things down. Although it's largely club music, there's a pop sensibility at play throughout, with punchy song structures and a keen ear for melody that poke at the pop zeitgeist. Guests on the EP range from established names like underground legend Trim and Japanese soulstress Friday Night Plans to art-school-up & comers Jasper Lotti, LYZZA, k_anti and LYAM. As a debut body of work, it's a product of self-discovery and a bold first statement that speaks of big things to come. Kilder has released half the record as warm-up singles, starting with the title track 'Don't Hide' back in July which reverberated in underground circles and saw him featured by Dazed, Dummy, The Line Of Best Fit and The Independent in addition to heavy tastemaker playlist support across all DSPs. Since then, the producer has racked up over 2 million streams, received plaudits from Jack Saunders' Future Artists show on BBC Radio 1 and was dubbed 'one to watch' by Notion magazine. At just 20 years old, the Amsterdam based producer is an essential new addition to your record box and a thrilling new talent for 2021.