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Makeness

Biography


It's the contrasts which stand out in Makeness' (aka Kyle Molleson) music. Crafting tracks which make a virtue of disparate influences, Kyle manages to pull off something difficult: making tirelessly-crafted songs which sound loose-limbed and to-the-point. He comes from a Leeds-born scene which, counting Adult Jazz and Glad Hand amongst its numbers, haven't pegged themselves to one musical discipline. That network of like-minded friends, and the restless ethos cultivated between them, continues to shape the music Kyle makes on his own.

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Makeness Shares “Stepping Out Of Sync” (Steffi Remix)

Makeness aka Kyle Molleson is in the midst of a world tour with label kin Unknown Mortal Orchestra and playing his largest rooms to date across North America and Europe. His debut album, Loud Patterns, has been described by Pitchfork as “dark and dissonant, electronic rock that captures the thrum of cities and the solitude… Read more »

ALBUM RELEASE: Makeness’ Debut LP, ‘Loud Patterns,’ Out Now

Today, Makeness releases his debut album, Loud Patterns. Crafting tracks which make a virtue of disparate influences, Scottish producer Kyle Molleson manages to pull off something difficult: songs which have been tirelessly worked on, although sound loose-limbed and to-the-point. Loud Patterns is noticeably indebted to house and techno; there are 4/4 rhythms, and a no-nonsense… Read more »

Makeness Shares New Track “Who Am I To Follow Love”

Scottish producer Makeness has shared another new single from his debut album Loud Patterns, set for release April 6th. Crafting tracks which make a virtue of disparate influences, the sparkling “Who Am I To Follow Love” sees Kyle Molleson team up with Babeheaven vocalist Nancy Andersen to create a reflective mood and showcase another side… Read more »

Makeness Announces Debut Album, ‘Loud Patterns,’ Out April 6th + Shares Video for “Stepping Out of Sync”

Makeness is pleased to announce his debut album, Loud Patterns, coming out April 6th. Crafting tracks which make a virtue of disparate influences, Kyle Molleson manages to pull off something difficult: songs which have been tirelessly worked on, although sound loose-limbed and to-the-point. Loud Patterns is noticeably indebted to house and techno; there are 4/4… Read more »