Kyle Hall Set to Head Down to Melbourne
You know you've made it when you're only eighteen, and Omar-S, Theo Parrish and other Detroit legendaries have referred to him as one of the most talented in the new wave of electronic musicians.
Kyle Hall might have been born in 1991, a couple of years after Detroit's techno scene went stratospheric, but he's arguably as well-schooled and talented as many of the contemporaries whose scene he's found himself a place in. Immersed in all ends of the music industry since the tender age of eleven when local legend DJ Raybone Jones taught him how to spin records, he was taken under the wing of Rick Wilhite, taught how to produce music by Mike Huckaby, and mentored by Omar-S does a little to explain Hall's spectacularly mature and compelling output thus far. With releases already out on Third Ear, Hyperdub, and his own recently-established label Wild Oats, it's no wonder the youngster has garnered so much attention in such a short space of time.
Come see what the fuss is all about when Kyle Hall touches down on Friday September 28, at a venue to be confirmed.