Khamsin & Kidswaste connect on new single, ‘Plastic Dreams’

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French producers Khamsin and Kidswaste linked up for a new jam, “Plastic Dreams.” Both multi-talented musicians are former members of Slow Hours Collective and have been crushing the solo game. Khamsin’s been recruited for remixes by ZHU and Mura Masa, to name a few. The latter, since releasing a debut album in early 2017, has received increased attention with a Manila Killa collaboration and peak Spotify playlist placement. Needless to say, they’ve built quite the listener base for this release.

The track is unique in its own right, with a smooth melody that builds into a pleasing combination of guitar riffs, electro-synths, and captivating vocals. Khamsin said he started on the track a few months ago and then fired it off to Kidswaste.

“He really liked it and told me he wanted to try some guitars & vocals stuff on it… I’m more than happy with the final result on this song, and I think it blends perfectly our mutual universes.”

This is just the start of some new content from the producers, as Khamsin will be releasing a series of singles in the coming months called Reminiscence, and Kidswaste is working on a sophomore album.

Khamsin & Kidswaste Release Euphoric New Single “Plastic Dreams”

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Today we have a new single from two very talented artists, Khamsin and Kidswaste. Entitled “Plastic Dreams”, the song is a rhythmic and uplifting piece that will surely make you feel like you’re floating. The single moves in a continuous and flowing way that really makes it pleasing to listen to. Packed with everything you

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Khamsin Drops Spicy New Single “My Way” Featuring MOONZz

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French producer Khamsin is breaking into a whole new plane with this one. Entitled “My Way”, this track is sure to take you to brand new heights combining several different aspects of this producers inherently unique sound and style. The Lowly Palace released single “My Way” is a journey into a future, new wave groove

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Khamsin – Second Guess ft Anuka

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Twenty-two-year-old French producer Khamsin has been called upon by everyone from Zhu to Mura Masa with Charli XCX to do remixes. Now, he has released an original of his own, “Second Guess,” featuring Anuka. It’s out now on Lowly Palace.

Anuka’s vocals draw the listener in, and her singing leads to a commanding drop that doesn’t fit into a single genre. Khamsin commented on the track.

“The song is a hybrid between my electronic and rock influences. I tried to keep all the sounds as organic as possible within an electronic structure, leading to a new and more personal sound. Anuka clearly emphasizes the mood and adds the energy with her vocals. I’m happy we finally did a song together.”

“Second Guess” is polarizing and sure to garner the up-and-coming producer some new fans.

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Khamsin Releases Euphoric Tune ‘Second Guess’

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French producer/dj Khamsin is well known for putting out some great tracks but I think with this new release it seems like his production has just gone up another level. Entitled ‘Second Guess’, the song is a testament to the development and style of this well rounded producer. The track, which features vocalist Anuka, is

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Khamsin feat. Layna – Once (Original Mix)

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Parisian producer Khamsin graduated from unofficial remixes to hot rocking solo releases pretty quickly, using July’s “Maelstrom” to set himself apart from the bootlegers in a big way. Where remixes for Major Lazer and Grimes alike ticked promising boxes, the follow-up to his instrumental debut lands on clear and coordinated form enroute to his debut EP. A melancholic dose of fidgety future bass fuses Khamsin’s production finesse with Layna’s upfront vocal work in a strong yet sultry way, marking a comfortable peak for the Frenchman and his expanding studio repertoire that seems set on hitting commercial crowds without compromising on his experimental form.

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