Kill Paris's latest, coming by way of Lowly Palace, is a love song. "Made of Time" opens quietly into Trove's vocals before stretching into a full on emotional future bass production.
Purposeful breaks and stutters in the expansive wall of synths, that linger just a bit longer than expected, seem to mimic an erratic love afflicted heartbeat. It's a hopeful song; Emily Vaugn's lyrics arrive to indicate that the love is requited and give the track a brief sing-song moment. Kill Paris says about the song "I really liked the idea of being 'made of time' for someone. At the end of the day, time is all relative, and if you spend time with the one you love, it can seem like there's no such thing as time." It's an informal sequel to his track "where r u," which is about waiting for the one. At just a hair under three minutes, it's almost as if it was built to serve duty on the soundtrack of a modern day "Dawson's Creek" or "The OC," two shows known for marrying emotional scenes with great music.
Ever since picking up a guitar at 15, Kill Paris, otherwise known as Corey Baker, approached making music as an art. From his beginnings in Indiana, he gained notice from OWSLA and released two EPs with the label before forming his own independent label and management endeavor, Sexy Electric, through which he released his first album Galaxies Between Us. With his next album planned for release this summer, 2018 is sure to be a big year for Kill Paris.