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Makeness creates 'Loud Patterns' on new single

A slice of electric body music on Secretly Canadian

  • Alex Green
  • 14 October 2017

Scottish producer Makeness, aka Kyle Molleson, has released ‘Loud Patterns’, a thundering slice of electronica.

Makeness has also signed to Secretly Canadian, the Indiana label home to Anohni and The War on Drugs. His music usually falls on the harsher, more industrial end of the musical spectrum. On ‘Loud Patterns’, however, he combines raw, organic drums and grating synth lines with ghost-like vocal melodies to create a track reminiscent of pop-laced EBM.

Last year Molleson, who grew up in Scotland before attending University of Leeds, relocated to London from the Outer Hebrides. Since then he has performed and recorded prolifically - ‘Loud Patterns’ is Makeness’ first new music following support slots with Midland and Avalon Emerson and June’s self-released Temples Works EP.

‘Loud Patterns’ is out now. Listen via Spotify below.

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