Henry Krinkle knows how to add emotive layers to detached house without deviating to an electropop trajectory – harder than it sounds. Krinkle’s buoyantly heart-wrenching originals, “Carried Away” and “Stay,” were smoky and sultry tracks that left you with a lingering auditory flavor of euphoric melancholia. Whatever song followed up next, your eardrums couldn’t digest it fully because of the Krinkle aftertaste. Few days ago, the LA-based electronic producer uploaded his latest remix of Anna of The North “The Dreamer.”
Seems like after going on a yearlong hibernation, Krinkle is ready to churn out his creativity. If you’ve been wondering where he’s been, the dude has been in an altruistic endeavor of convincing a local enterprise to add more diversity into their stock. It touched our hearts :’)
Krinkle is performing alongside Le Youth and Just Kiddin in Avalaon Hollywood next Friday the 12. Get your tix here.
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