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Why I Love Life - EP

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Album Review

While not as cerebrally hemorrhaging as previous releases, the Kid compiles some of his earlier works for this mini-CD release. Surprisingly, there's more somber material here than on any other of his releases to date, suggesting a more personal side and opening a new angle in which to approach his works. The hallmark Max/Msp digital programming is replaced throughout with treated guitar, piano, and more of an electro-heavy groove. But even when his trademark sound is utilized it's definitely more subtle and complementary to the extremely melancholic synth lines. While this could easily be perceived as a throwaway/cash-cow release due to its short length, don't be misled. Why I Love Life is a potent EP that is painfully too short and will leave you in want of more.

Biography

Born: 27 July 1979 in Caracas, Venezuela

Genre: Electronic

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

Inspired by hardcore techno, indie punk, noise rock, and a liberal dose of heavy metal, the recordings of Kid606 have been a highlight of the growing American indie electronica scene. His lack of seriousness regarding "intelligent techno" (conspicuous in his attitude as well as his recordings) and fondness for breakbeat thrash have placed him in line with a wide variety of...
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