April 24 2017
Kilter, the moniker for Sydney producer Ned East, is an electronic force to be reckoned with. Having accumulated a strong following from all corners of the globe, Kilter continues to deliver his signature energized sound release after release. His previous singles "They Don't Know Us" and "Count On Me" featuring LANKS have both been huge successes, and he surprises fans with killer live performances too! Kilter shows no sign of slowing down, currently preparing for his debut album set to be released this year. To prepare for this big release, we compiled a list of our favorite tracks from the local legend!
This track couples gritty production, classic instrumentation and superb songwriting to create a unique piece of music. "Count On Me" is said to be a taste of the upcoming debut album.
Showcasing Kilter's distinctive sound, "They Say" was the first single from his EP "Shades".
The release enlists Kilter's production talent with drum beats, synth work and sampling skills that teleport his distinctive sound into a realm of cosmic ambiance and forward thinking dance.
Featuring Kilter's signature production and the sultry female vocals of Micah Jey, 'Fool For You' is a powerful electronic anthem fit for the festivals.
The track showcases Porsches' floaty vocals, anchored by Kilter's laidback beats and stabby synths, evoking images of beachside road trips and half-remembered summer crushes.
A youthful anthem speaking of carefree confidence and following your soul. Another track said to be a preview for the debut album.
Kilter's remix of "What I Might Do" gained a huge online blog support during his Triple J Unearthed campaign. The track showcases his production talents which still continue to grow.
Kilter's reworked transitions the slowly burning original into an energetic journey of soulful vocals, arpeggiated synth work, guitar riffs and trap beats.
The track is a percussive driven, stripped back hip-hop masterpiece that reigns in Cayman Island local Yung Fusion for the vocals. "Look At Me" is subtle with some surprisingly catchy hooks.
A standout, steel drum favourite which features the good vibes and true rhymes of Ghana-born, ACT-grown Citizen Kay.