From Tulum’s tranquility to Miami’s pulsating beats, Cole Knight’s musical odyssey culminates in Keep It Cute / The Girls Go Walking.
Cole Knight’s initiation into the vast world of dance music is profound. Her creative trajectory saw an inspired shift in the tranquil settings of Tulum during the pandemic. It’s from these serene beaches that she’s channeled the distinct rhythm and vibe. Having graced stages alongside iconic DJs like Ida Engberg and Jamie Jones and playing gigs everywhere from Coachella and Costa Rica to Ibiza and Tulum, her momentum in the music scene is palpable. Now, she’s adding to her story with her debut EP on Higher Ground.
The EP, titled Keep It Cute / The Girls Go Walking, signifies a fresh chapter for Cole Knight and builds on her previous contribution, a remix of Diplo and Miguel’s “Don’t Forget My Love” with Fedele that landed on the label late last year. Through this EP, she offers not just music but an immersive experience – a reflection of her transformative journey, meticulously crafted with beats and rhythms.
“Keep It Cute” offers a delightful voyage into nostalgia. Leading with female vocals, the track delivers an impeccable groove enriched with well-crafted percussions and effects. Every beat seems to echo a memory, inviting listeners into a reminiscent state. In stark contrast, “The Girls Go Walking” is an energetic rollercoaster. Racing briskly, it captures the dance floor’s attention with its pronounced lead synth and audibly distinct hats. The groove here is infectious and downright compelling, sculpting it into a perfect anthem for exuberant nights.
If Keep It Cute / The Girls Go Walking indicates the trajectory ahead for Cole Knight, fans can anticipate a soundscape bursting with spirited grooves and captivating melodies. Listen to these two tracks on Spotify or your favorite platform, and follow Cole Knight on social media for the latest updates on her shows and releases.