2016-07-13T12:54:31-04:00 2016-07-13T12:54:31-04:00

K-lix gets wonky in quirky tech house track "Shot Caller"

Originally from Guatemala, producer k-lix presently calls Los Angeles his home and has been boasting a kinetic and creative house sound. The South American artist represents house in an innovative way, combining flavourful sounds into minimal constructions to have house heads dancing up a storm. Dabbling in glitch, bass and classic house styles, k-lix uses his creative flexibility to bring himself forward as a cutting edge artist pioneering the scene in South America. The producer has been making waves with his presence and success on local iTunes charts and sharing the stage with talents including Surkin, Canblaster, Sasha, Teen Flirt and more. 

A funky quirk is found within k-lix's work. 'Una Chica Boom" and "#1 Stunna"'s bouncy vibes and fluid buzz creates a playful nature in his art. This perky tech house sound allows room for imaginative play and exploration in synths used. Throughout each track on his library, is a full and vibrant bass line to induce a head bob in any electronic music junkie. In the producer's latest piece "Shot Caller", he combines hefty vocal samples with off-beat percussion to create a tension in listeners. A low bass-line eventually impedes the track and inserts a groovy grime in conjunction with blipping lazer synths. The off-putting nature of the track ironically glitches and works to create a memorable tech house work.


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