Kyle Hall has a way of bridging different traditions that make him one of the most unpredictable and honest DJs working in Detroit these days.
Deep Gold presents Kyle Hall (Wild Oats, Detroit, US).
Detroit wunderkind Kyle Hall has been actively involved in the house music scene since age 11, when local legend DJ Raybone Jones taught him how to spin records. Subsequently, under the auspices of such notable mentors as Rick Wilhite (Three Chairs) and Mike Huckaby, Hall developed a rich understanding of the city’s deep house underground. By his early teens, Hall was already performing radio and club shows around the area.
Hall’s releases on Wild Oats have met with wide critical acclaim and placed him squarely on the radar of those interested in the future of electronic music. Indeed, Hall caught the attention of vanguard UK dubstep label Hyperdub, which commissioned him for a remix of Darkstar’s juggernaut anthem “Aidy’s Girl is a Computer,” one of 2009’s best-reviewed releases. His first release on Hyperdub “Kaychunk/You Know What I Feel EP” was received by the dubstep community and beyond with awe. His most recent reworking of Dennis Ferrer’s “The Red Room” single for Objektivity shows Hall’s versatility as a producer reaching all corners of the electronic music market.
Alongside support, Babygirl and Slow Walk, this will be a night to remember.
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