Looking to move your feet this week? Enjoy “Diplomacy,” a perfect tech-house heater from Kyle Kinch to help you coast into the weekend.
Florida-based artist Kyle Kinch is a rising star in the tech house scene who has been growing exponentially worldwide. Back in 2018, he became the first artist on Gorgon City’s Realm Records other than the prolific duo themselves and his Manchester EP gave quick rise to the name. No stranger to dance floors across the globe, he’s has appeared with the likes of Steve Lawler, Tobacco Dock, and even Sonny Fodera — where Kinch finds home to his latest release.
Debuting on Sonny Fodera’s Solotoko imprint, Kyle Kinch delivers a six-minute high-octane tech-house treat, “Diplomacy,” best suited for moving and grooving into the late hours of the night. Chock-full of all there is to love from a good tech house heater, Kinch takes it one step further: oscillating backbeats set the stage as Kinch rolls into four-on-the-floor melodies riddled with nefarious vocals. Booming synths pierce through impressive percussive work throughout.
Perfect for both nightclub dancefloors and quarantine dance parties alike, “Diplomacy” is an all-around, true-to-form track from one of the fastest rising producers in the scene today. Whether played at your desk or while getting ready for future club endeavors, this tune is sure to play fiercely into the warmer months of 2020 and beyond. The track also follows powerfully on the heels of the producer’s impressive 2019 collaboration with Dead Space entitled “Player Hater’s Ball.”
Listen to “Diplomacy” exclusively here on EDM Identity ahead of its official release Friday, May 29, pre-save a copy of the track on your preferred streaming platform, and let us know what you think of this tune in the comments!