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JK JR Remix (Marie Dahlstrom x Emmavie)

SLNRemix2 on August 20, 2013 16:26

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    JK JR, a collective of pseudonyms and memories portrayed through the emotional controls of music, John Kang brings forth a robotic structure yet emotional feel to music. Through haunting melodies, nostalgia induced chords, and a punchy 90's electro/house drive, JK JR sets a tone for anyone to simply listen and get lost in a dreamy sequence.

    Originally from Nashville, John Kang grew up surrounded by music and like most of his fellow Korean mates, was forced by his parents to become classically trained. John quickly became a success in the baroque/classical spectrum of performance and was offered to attend David Lipscomb University on a full ride for performance.

    Respectfully, John declined the offer and began collecting various synths and loop pedals to create lo-fi/electronic music during his college stay in Knoxville. Short lived, John moved back to Nashville in 2008 and met photographer Bo Streeter, and moved to Chicago shortly after their newly found friendship.

    In Chicago, he began working under the name John Benet, and started to DJ around various clubs and began to develop his own style which mainly was influenced by the Chicago house movement and French Touch. Through this new adoration of filters and funk, he began creating house tracks under the moniker Cosmo Brown.

    Utilizing Traktor and Ableton to produce and perform music, JK JR was recently created to bring all of his influences and passions together as a reminder of the fact that music is always changing and believes it is up to us as artists to passionately continue to grow together along with these changes


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