The origins of Kevin Follet, multi-instrumentalist and experimental electronic artist, have
their roots in the Verona (ITA) area. The seed was planted back in 1992 with the first
experiences in the electronic music world but its path has been the most varied and
first DJ, then producer, drummer, keyboard player, sound designer and only recently also
"builder" of electroacoustic instruments.
His music can be defined as "crepuscular", the dark and obscure tones are predominant in
his compositions, with connotations between the delicate, the abrasive and the infected.
A fundamental characteristic of KF is the reluctance to restrictions, to be able to freely
explore the sound panoramas without any preconception or direction of any sort is
fundamental for him. His compositional approach is in fact visceral, at times mystical and
archaic, not influenced by aesthetic canons and predefined goals. The unknown has
always had a strong influence on his music as well as all that is unusual and out of the
The immense curiosity, the scientific imprinting and the transversality of his knowledge,
allowed him to generate a wide range of sound experiences, below a list of the
fundamental stages of the artistic path of KF:
In 1997 he released his first self-produced album titled "Harvest People", following a long
series of productions including EDM, IDM, breaks, ambient and pure experimentation.
From 2003 he started a live Trip Hop project "Bristol Style" with his singer friend Iris
FreeForm and under the supervision of DJ Afghan, titled "Dark Inc".
In 2008 he decided to collaborate with his drummer friend ElectroJJ in the EDM live project
Since 2010, together with DJ T, Marco Novalis, ElectroJJ, djzood and Davide Zambelli, he
has conducted his own independent label called "Drummond Records".
Also in 2010 he accepted to play drums in a Ramones tribute band called "Cavrones".
In 2011 he prints his first vinyl "Letter A" for the Drummond Records label.
From 2014 he takes part, as a keyboard player / rumorist, to a Post Metal project called
In 2015 he actively participated in the organization of the "Drummond Gate Festival", a
review curated by the Drummond Records label.
In 2016 he made his first electroacoustic instrument called "The Thing", to follow others
like "Springophone", "SpringBox" and "StringBox".
In 2017 he signs with the German label Blue Tunes Chillout for the release of two releases
"Just A Scratch On The Surface" and "Viscera".
Kevin Follet’s tracks