I am another electronic music artist from London, UK. This is my little corner for showing my wares.
I also like to supplement the music with images I have captured on my adventures into decay as well as art projects at home.
I've been knocking about doing this for a few years but decided on starting afresh, just taking the bits I really loved to this, my new home @kinzamusic.co.uk. Its been a wonderful road of experiences......
I have released 3 albums and 2 EPs with the lovely Ominim Records. I have been played on lots of radio including BBC Radio 6, Roundhouse Radio, Flomotion Radio, Resonance FM, BRAP.FM. I've done a couple of radio interviews which have been cringe-worthy to listen to at best, but I did have the opportunity to play a guest mix on brap.fm. My tunes have been entertaining those poor souls up-right-in-a-row on BritishAirways in-flight music channels.
I have pressed my buttons for the crowd in a former underground public toilet. I have nearly been beaten off stage with a piñata club by unsophisticated revellers at a secret gig. I had public humiliation playing live in Bethnal Green.
As for Kinza?, I have recently released an EP with the wonderful Japanese Electro-Singer 'Coppe'. This year I have also had an EP released on the Helsinki based net label 'Kahvi' and this is all on the back of my debut Kinza album 'A Little Blue In The Grey Matter'
"Kinza is hard to categorise, his music varies in tempo. It can be hectic one moment and uplifting the next, it stutters and starts and changes direction and samples can trip us up and disorientate us. But one thing's for sure, it's very quirky and unique."
I have finished 2018 with a more heavily vocalled album 'Playground' on Toronto's False Face Music.
Please have a listen (and a look) and let me know what you think. Share with those geeky friends you might think will like. Currently working on some new stuff for 2019, there is a lot of stuff in the Kinza archive but just need to evolve it into something quality.
I have released a number of projects under a different name. I have moved on from this for a number of reasons including wanting to widen my artistic adventures with less restriction.
I can only say that I really like the little bits of Stravinsky, Kate Bush, 808 State, Prince, Yellowjackets, Klaus Wunderlich and Bowie, where things seem to fly off on an acoustic tangent. I love the sound of 2 pieces of music being played at the same time- the discord creates unusual textures of mood....give me 3 or 4 at the same time and it can sound heavenly.....