KILTER UNVEILS TWO-TRACK RELEASE “TMPER/ONE IN HAND”

Having defiantly announced his return with his Yorke collab “Overdrive” back in April, Sydney producer Kilter backs it up with a banging new two-track instrumental release, “Tmper/One In Hand”. After a year spent relentlessly writing, “Tmper/One in Hand” is an ode to the odyssey of the creative process and the inner battle of introspection, revealing the breadth of Kilter’s production style and another taste of what’s to come for Kilter in 2019.

STREAM: https://kilter.lnk.to/Tmper-OneInHand

WATCH: https://youtu.be/7jd2_SvZsWQ

Bouncing between studios in Los Angeles, New Zealand and Australia is a far cry from its representation through the glamourous lens of Instagram and the like. Feelings of angst, displacement and boundary testing are personified in the music. Though, like all moments of uncertainty, there is a breakthrough and something beautiful almost always comes out the other end.

Kilter comments on the titles “Tmper” and “One in Hand” by saying, “These two tracks are a testament to perseverance. Both developing over time and often taking a back seat to other music I have been working on. They are a great bridge between my existing and yet to be released works as they capture a lot of the frenetic energy of my last year.”

Also, keep an ear out for Kilter’s upcoming remix of PNAU’s new hit ‘Solid Gold’, landing this June and catch Kilter playing live on the below dates:

Sat May 18th – Geelong Hotel, Geelong

Sat May 25th – Whalers, Warrnambool

Sat July 13th – Deep Hard N Funky, Auckland

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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