Australia’s Kult Kyss & Lucianblomkamp Drop New Single ‘So Alive’

The collaborative release is out now on Risque Music AU.

Kult Kyss are a duo from Melbourne who has featured music on Kitsuné Musique.

Vocalist Rromarin and producer Haxx are the pair behind Kult Kyss. Their new single ‘So Alive’ is out on Risque Music AU and is a collaboration with fellow Australian, Lucianblomkamp.

The tracks blend breakbeat percussion with a sub-heavy bassline and hypnotic vocal tones with high-class production. With mainstream crossover appeal, the tracks mid-range tempo and a strong sense of melody that blends underground sounds with pop music influences.

All of the guys are well known across Australia, and Kult Kyss have played sets at events such as Meadow Music Festival along with supporting other artists such as Running Touch.

Lucianblomkamp is also a talented live performer known for performances at places like Splendour in the Grass, Strawberry Fields, BIGSOUND and Secret Garden Festival. He has also received critical acclaim with his single ‘Help Me Out‘ being nominated for ‘Best Dance, Electronica or Club Single’ at the AIR Awards.

Talking about the new single, Kult Kyss said, “‘So Alive’ was born in the midst of the pandemic, at a time when things felt incredibly limited and uncertain. The experience of being in lockdown forced us to shift our perspectives from constantly looking towards the future to living fully in the present. ‘So Alive’ is inspired by this, and explores the magic and beauty that can be found in living in the moment, day by day. In creating the track we wanted to pay homage to early ‘90s dance music, incorporating dusty sampled breaks with euphoric synths and a simple, mantra-like vocal hook. We were also fortunate enough to work with our friend LUCIANBLOMKAMP (who has produced for Khalid & US-rapper 6LACK) on additional production, who brought his signature gritty 2-step sound to the track.”

The single is out now, and you can pick up a copy from HERE


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