A change of pace is always nice.
Coyote Kisses has done EDM listeners a solid with the release of their latest EP titled Thundercolor. In an effort to stray away from becoming simple, “cookie-cutter complextro producers” and “womp, womp bro-steppers,” Bryce Bresnan and Joe Sussingham have taken a vow. They promise to be more than just the norm. The tandem of producers have crafted their own sound that they fittingly dub “Space Punk.”
Whatever they call it, we love it.
The group is comprised of two lifelong friends whose grass roots emanate from their hometown of Lakeland, Florida. The duo have since parted ways to attend college – one to Lexington, Virginia and the other to Sarasota, Florida. But, distance appears to be no burden for Bryce and Joe. Their first taste of success came about last year, when their single ‘Acid Wolfpack‘ reached the coveted number one spot on Hype Machine (on the first day!). This gained the attention of many labels.
After re-releasing ‘Acid Wolfpack’ and their first EP on Burn the Fire Records, Coyote Kisses got the nod from Interscope to remix Carly Rae Jepsen’s incredibly popular single Call Me Maybe. Maybe you’ve heard of it? Other notable accomplishments of theirs include: winning Mad Decent’s remix competition of the song ‘Titan‘ by Clockwork and beating out 1400 other contestants to win the popular vote in OWSLA’s ‘Days to Come‘ Beatport contest. Lord knows we cannot count that high so according to Google, 1400 is A LOT.
With the release of their sophomore EP Thundercolor, CK has combined influences of punk rock, future bass and many other styles to synthesize something completely unique. The new sound is truly indicative of the talent these two gentlemen possess. Each song on the EP is elegantly composed and gracefully layered, with a special attention to detail. Coyote Kisses use of modulated guitar and bass (yeah we mean an actual, tangible instruments) makes these four tracks unlike most things you will come across in EDM. To experience the full-effect, wear some dope-ass headphones when listening. You will not regret it.
And whatever you do, DO NOT leave this page without listening to ‘This Is How You Know,’ because that track is how we know Coyote Kisses is going places in twenty thirteen.