Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Kinishao. I discovered this Artist while shuffling songs on Spotify and I liked a lot his musical approach.
The compositional style of this artist is very modern and catchy.
A fresh and innovative chord progression accompanied by refined and different sounds.
I have heard some influences from the 80s but surely this artist has managed to create a unique sonic recipe that makes him stand out from the crowd.
The production is very good and especially the mix that leaves the right space for each sound element and the song breathes well.
The new single ‘Always In My Head’ has a fast pace that manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second.
A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone.
Always In My Head is Kinishao’s Single Out Now!
Modern and Fresh!
What if I told you the story of a musician who was hiding? A brilliant artist who hid, very well, under a lawyer’s dress. However, after many years of practising his profession, successes, pleadings, family tears and sometimes grim trials, this lawyer’s dress began to be both too small and too heavy to wear. The artist hidden inside suffocated. Like a carnivorous plant that one tries to eliminate, the music gained ground and came out again and again from him… The music had never left him since he was a teenager. He was a brilliant student, but a terrible mocker. Unbearable for others, I guess… He had kindly followed (and succeeded) his law studies,
to please his devoted mother, to whom he did not want to cause any trouble and who, like all mothers, did not
understand that music could be a profession … But the music was there and insidiously came out all the time.
Very introverted, he crossed paths with strange characters, with whom he did hip hop. He then began to make beats for a band whose main occupation was to unravel … One of his acolytes wrote very well, but preferred the deal to the mic … while the other had a great voice and a crazy flow, but no longer believed in his dreams and remained locked in walls without sounds…Music haunted the artist. He built a small studio at home and between trials, he wrote his pop songs, composed new beats.