Tampa’s own Kyle Kinch is bringing genre-bending sounds to the movement with his latest club jam, “Diplomacy.” Kyle has been in the game since 2016, drawing attention with a heart for merging house with a jazz accent and topped with disco’s infectious hooks.
Opening strong like a sequel to his Free Your Mind EP, “Diplomacy” rings like a friendly ultimatum in a tense situation. It begs the question: “Can we dance this out?” while an underlying tone promises resolve one way or another.
Kyle is shifting the paradigm and inspiring a new generation of Black artists in the techno world. Music can have a way of getting too stuffy and the call for new representation is louder than ever. Protests across the world are addressing once again the disgusting issue of systemic racism across every facet of our civilization. Wounds that never had a chance to heal are back in the open while embarrassing truths about society’s complacent and neutral are getting exposed.
On this subject, all too familiar for some and not enough for most, Kyle opened his heart in a post:
Music serves to inspire, to elate, to heal. As a musician, Kyle knows this. His work transcends mental barriers and invokes trance-like states that break molds with each transition. He proves it with every track. You just have to listen.
Kyle Kinch will be taking the stage after the longest break of any venue-goer’s career at The Ritz in Tampa for Sunset Sundays, along with Ronny Suavé, Heist and OB7. Social distancing practices will be observed.
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