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  • Kyle Watson Launches New Label ‘No Context’ With Debut Release, “Kick Drums”


    Kyle Watson continues to be a prolific producer/ DJ and purveyor of good times whenever he’s in the house. The South African born artist has been tirelessly slaving away in the studio for over 15 years developing a sound incredibly unique to him, earning him top of mind status in the house scene. He’s even featured on some of dance music’s most prominent labels including Higher Ground, Atlantic Records, REALM and Armada, and with industry nods from heavyweights such as Chris Lake, Gorgon City and Diplo.

    Today, he’s announced the launch of his own label ‘No Context Records’ with the debut single, a thumping tech house heater, “Kick Drums”! The quintessence of any dance track is the kick drum, it’s the glue that holds the whole thing together.  Kyle has paired the perfect kick with a low rumbling bassline that hits right in the chest, a chugging percussion and a unique set of builds with distinctive sound design that culminates in a certified dance floor belter.

    “I’ve been testing Kick Drums out in my sets for over half a year. After each run I brought it back into the studio and kept refining it until I was 100% happy, and that’s the version you hear today. It got some of the biggest reactions on my previous tour and when I teased it late 2022 on socials, judging from the reaction it was clear that people wanted it released. So here it is!” – Kyle Watson

    Listen below!



    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Kyle Watson Launches New Label ‘No Context’ With Debut Release, “Kick Drums”

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