Kill the Noise is hitting the hilltop arena Saturday, August 30th. A Rochester native, he’s collaborated with Brillz, Skrillex, and Datsik. The polar opposite of anything calm and collected, his intent is to get you pumped up. He is the other half of Meowski666 along with Dillon Francis (they also produce as Dill the Noise), and released a track with Matt Zo as Kill the Zo. Catch him in his own flow if you like an artist that always plays an energetic and crazy hyped-up show. Mixing through several mastered genres seamlessly, those who love to dance ceaselessly will be thoroughly satisfied.
A relaxing, melodic intro quickly whirls into fast-paced drums and dubs. Savory female vocals echo and send the chorus into an otherworldly harmonizing break, which immediately leaps back over to synths and heavy drops.
Wild and vivacious party music gets a sprinkle of sexy funk in Exmag’s remix of Jump Ya Body. KTN’s songs never stray too far in one direction, and his elaborate style is appealing to any audience. I also detect some rasta vibes emanating that pleasantly tie the uplifting mood of the song together.Mosh it up has a refined blend of both hardstyle and trap with obvious dubstep influences. Employing lazer-esque techno builds and wailing sirens, this track is a massive crowd pleaser that you might recognize from countless trap mixes over the last year.
Kisses and Kandi,