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A tidy package of Kid606 lunacy, Die Soundoy Die may be listed as an EP, but its 45 minutes of runtime makes it just as long as any Seals & Crofts LP from the '70s. Although stylistically, it's just as varied as fans would expect — including nods to darkwave jungle, experimental techno, electro-techno, even the odd rave soundbyte — it's not an especially frenetic record. Unlike many of his contemporaries (Squarepusher being the most obvious), Kid606 can float along without resorting to obvious signs that a detour is ahead. That makes for a much more listenable record, one you can return to again, even after repeated listening.


Born: July 27, 1979 in Caracas, Venezuela

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most playful artists in the American electronic music scene -- as well as the founder of the Tigerbeat6 label -- Kid606's lack of seriousness regarding "intelligent techno" (conspicuous in his attitude as well as his recordings) was inspired by hardcore techno, indie punk, noise rock, and a liberal dose of heavy metal. A native of Venezuela, the Kid (aka Miguel Trost De Pedro) moved to San Diego early in life. After becoming interested in samplers, he began recording and released some...
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