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Kill Them With Colour is Wes Marsh and Jason Carr.
In the last few years, music classification has progressed vastly with an abundant number of subgenres being attributed to up and coming artists. Kill Them With Colour, however, remains unclassifiable. KTWC is an inspired term to describe vibrant art that takes a form of music, as if the spectrum of sound can be visualized in colour. Each track carries its own sense of wholeness and character, bringing a feeling and experience of sound that leaves no threshold of categorization.
Kill Them With Colour have produced a variety of remixes as well as original tracks, that juxtapose from chill and wavy, to bass thumping and room-shaking sounds. With over 5 million combined views and listens on Youtube and Soundcloud, as well as recognition from countless blogs and djs. They’ve hit #1 on The Hype Machine countless times for remixing artists such as Kid Cudi, Kendrick Lamar, Lana Del Rey, Raury, Marvin Gaye, Chromeo, Bon Iver, A$AP Rocky and Michael Jackson (to name a few) and Hype M Radio listed their Ariel Pink remix “Round and Round” as the #9 overall remix that year.
Most recently, their original song “Always Somethin” garnered worldwide success, reaching #1 on HypeMachine once again and establishing KTWC as not only one of the top remixers in the game, but also as producers of original material.
Acknowledgement of their talent has been written up by industry taste-makers such as: THUMP, Indie Shuffle, Hilly Dilly, Do Androids Dance, Hypetrak, Earmilk, Kick Kick Snare, Salacious Sound, Stoney Roads, Stupid Dope, Generation Bass, Mostly Junk Food and DJMag to name a few. They’ve crafted mixes for Toronto’s own Handsome Clothing, Empty Culture and the UK’s Capital Xtra.
On an international scale, Kill Them With Colour has played live alongside: Cut Copy, Classixx, Azari & lll, Viceroy, Moon Boots, Fred Falke, Solidisco, John Roman, Peer Pressure, and has played locally with the likes of: Torro Torro, Rynecologist, Ryan Hemsworth and Subfractal among others.
Look for KTWC to continue to build their catalogue, with a slew of official remixes on the way and an original EP due out in early 2015, coupled with an interactive live experience that speaks true to their name both sonically and visually.