Makeness releases new single, “Loud Patterns,” on new label – Secretly Canadian.

Makeness Signs To Secretly Canadian
& Shares New Single “Loud Patterns”
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November/December North American Tour Dates With Jungle

Up and coming Scottish producer Makeness, aka Kyle Molleson, has signed to Secretly Canadian and debuted his new single, “Loud Patterns.”

“Loud Patterns” is framed by thundering, low-end frequencies that capture a raw, frenetic energy. It offsets this abrasive shell with intricate synthetic soundscapes and vocal melodies, teasing elements from his forthcoming record. This marks Makeness’s first new music following support slots with Holy F**k, Midland and Avalon Emerson and June’s self-released Temples Works EP.

From the expansive electronica of his debut four track Rogue EP in 2015 — a record that drew comparisons to Jon Hopkins — to 2016’s collaboration with Tri Angle Records’ Adult Jazz, and the post-punk flecked disco of single “Other Life,” Makeness has always been keen to explore new landscapes. “Loud Patterns” is a testament to this exploratory spirit and with it, his continued musical evolution.

Starting next month, Makeness will support Jungle on a two-week North American tour. These shows mark Makeness’ first time performing live in the states. A full list of dates is below.

Listen To Makeness’ “Loud Patterns”:
Makeness Tour Dates:
Sat. Oct. 28 – Amsterdam, NL @ London Calling
Fri. Nov. 3 – Leeds, UK @ Beacons Metro
Tue. Nov. 28 – Toronto, ON @ Mod Club
Wed. Nov. 29 – Montreal, QC @ Corono Theatre
Thu. Nov. 30 – Boston, MA @ Paradise
Sat. Dec. 2 – Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere
Mon. Dec. 4 – Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
Wed. Dec. 6 – Miami, FL @ The Ground
Thu. Dec. 7 – Los Angeles, CA @ El Rey Theatre

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Nik Havert

I've been a music fan since my parents gave me a record player for Christmas when I was still in grade school. The first record I remember owning was "Sesame Street Disco." I've been a professional writer since 2004, but writing long before that. My first published work was in a middle school literary magazine and was a story about a zoo in which the animals could talk.

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