RB Weekend Preview: Your Memorial Day Weekend 2017 Guide
May 23, 2017
May 23, 2017
Unique and experimental newcomer, K?d, has been absolutely killing it since his explosion onto the scene about a year ago. The young producer has already collaborated with huge up and comers including REZZ, Phil Good, RKCB and has already played at several big events including Miami Music Week and Buku, and is headed for events including Paradiso and EDC this summer.
About a month ago, K?d released his track, “Lose Myself” featuring Phil Good, and now he’s graced us with “Glitch Boy.” When it comes to K?d’s sound, he incorporates elements of all sorts, and throws in some sounds and tweaks that I’ve never even heard before. Some of his tracks are darker than others, and sounding similar to “Somewhere Far Away From Here,” and “Birth of The Universe,” “Glitch Boy” includes K?d’s signature glitchy synths that caught fans attention from the start.
Although many have compared K?d’s style to Porter Robinson, his originality is present throughout the entire track, hitting us with dark, powerful bass alongside the addictive melody. Undeniably, K?d’s consistent sound is one of the most unique and interesting to date, and I can’t wait to see what’s to come for him.