Moore Kismet is only 14 years old and he is already one of the most promising artists on the planet! His career got a huge lift off when he produced an unofficial remix of Hekler & Gladez – 404. “Never Say Die“, one of the biggest dubstep labels, noticed Moore Kismets skills and since he has made other official remixes for artists like Zomboy and Spag Heddy. Moore Kismet also released his own EP “Character” through “Never Say Die“!
Check out exclusive interview from below:
Hi Moore Kismet! How are you doing?
I’m doing pretty good, thanks for asking 🙂
You are just 14 years old but you have been producing music for 7 years. How did your career start?
My career officially started 4 years posting remixes and shitty originals that are no longer on my page, and over the years, I got better and better. Eventually, this allowed me to become more comfortable with releasing music, which is how more people found out about me!
For those who aren’t familiar with your music, could you describe your personal sound?
I can’t really describe my signature sound as anything but myself. It’s how I process sounds, it’s how I mix, how I compose arrangements. It’s a large factor of it all.
You released an EP called “Character” through “Never Say Die” label. What kind of feedback have you gotten from it?
I’ve gotten incredible feedback and support on it, despite it not having done so well on most NSDs. It’s been supported by some of my favorite DJs and producers, and it’s done relatively well on SoundCloud, Spotify, and YouTube.
Creating an EP is more complicated than just releasing a song. Could you share the creative process behind “Character” EP?
“Character” in itself is a story that I wanted to tell through music, but never had the courage or tools to do until now. It was a body of work that I wanted to personify my personality traits, and how I live and identify. Creating it was so easy as these emotions have been flowing through my mind for so long, it was impossible to not think about expressing them by way of music. I’m especially grateful to NSD for being so willing to help me see my vision for the release of “Character” out fully.
You have a long career ahead of you. Who do you hope to work with in the future, if you could name top 3 producers/artists to work with?
Outside of electronic music, three artists that I would love to work with include Halsey, Beyoncé and Melanie Martinez. In terms of electronic, Skrillex, Space Laces and Porter Robinson. There are SOO many more but you only gave me three, hahaha!
What has been your funniest or embarrassing moment to date related to music?
Probably when I was playing at Exchange and one of the guys told me that they wanted to blast the Co2 cannons for me at any song of my choosing. So, I played “Fuck Quiet Carriages” by Leotrix, but I messed up the transition, so it played from the buildup. And that’s when the CO2 cannons went off. I can’t even tell you how embarrassed I was, but I kept it pushing!
Would you like to share something else with the followers of Let The Bass Get You?
Not really. Just want to say thanks for all of the support, and that I’m looking to put out some fresh new music for you all before the end of the year!