Moore Kismet celebrates Pride Month with surprise experimental bass remix of imagiro’s ‘until i’m home’
Openly pansexual, gender non-binary artist Moore Kismet has been making waves on the commercial bass front and beyond for some time. On the brink of releasing a debut album, expected to land any day now, the exciting newcomer has just delivered a surprise release in lieu of Pride Month. The release is fitting too given how proudly outspoken the 16-year-old wunderkind is about their sexuality. To celebrate LGBTQIA, Kismet takes on “until I’m home” from UK lo-fi producer imagiro.
The Southwest England producer, August Pemberton, creates atmospheric and emotional music under his imagiro moniker. By experimenting with guitars, trashed samples, found sounds, and textured drum machines, “until i’m home” is music to walk your dog to.
Winning imagiro’s remix contest for the track, Moore Kismet takes on the original by adding highly experimental bass layers in the vein of Flume. Adding in swirling toybox synths, off-kilter percussion, verbose, multi-directional drops, and more, Kismet turns the lo-fi original into another signature forward-thinking piece of future bass music.
A true jack of all trades, Omar Davis is an experimental trap and melodic bass DJ and producer, composer, visual artist, screenwriter, and voice actor based in Adelanto, California. Despite quaratine killing off all events last year, Kismet was on quite the musical tear with standout performances at Digital Mirage, Insomniac’s BackHARD Summer BBQ Virtual Rave-A-Thon, and Night Mode Livestream. Now that festivals have returned, he hopes to continue that streak in 2021 at Imagine, GRiZ’s Space Camp, and Lake Brownies & Lemonade.
imagiro – until i’m home (Moore Kismet Reboot)
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