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KNIGHT$ - Debut EP Out In November, New Video Released

UK electro-pop artist Knight$, known from before from bands like Scarlet Soho and Boytronic, will release on 18th November his debut EP entitled What's Your Poison?. The EP was produced by Martin Dubka (Back Yard Recs) and Maethelvin (Valerie). Knight$ delivers on this EP some memorable electro anthems, whether with a full band or simply stripped back with a pianist. With one foot firmly in the present, and a discerning knowledge of music's past, Knight$ might just be the newcomer to occupy your sound system into 2017.
Even after a short time in the studio Dubka and Knight$ developed an almost telepathic understanding. It was clear the initial tracks needed to be concise, with super strong stick-like-glue melodies. Knight$ would programme the midi, with Dubka working overtime, patching in an array of vintage analogue synthesizers and getting the sounds just right. They would occasionally stop for coffee, listen to "Time To Move" by Carmen, and swiftly move on. By the time they were finished, Knight$ knew he had something pretty unique on their hands! Knight$ holds undeniable magnetism live, but there's a palpable substance to all he turns his hand to. Just when you think you have this guy sussed, he will offer you something different, something you never saw coming. Watch the video for the title track, directed by Ben Wicks, in the player below and get back into 80s with this stuff. The EP is available for pre-orders at this location. Link