Urban Tongues

Music Producer/DJ x Low-Fi Fashion Photographer x Entrepreneur Chris Siegel

planetalpha:

NEW RELEASE: kiings x Colin Plant Collaboration

"Starting to Think (They Might Be on to Something)

It’s unanimous.  Fall is our favorite season at Planet Alpha HQ. 

Tis’ the time for men to layer-up with their broken-in twill, cozy knits, blazers, and beards (#beardgang where applicable).  We also like fall because it’s the perfect time to put away the sounds of summer, and refresh our playlists with new music.

This collaboration from kiings x Colin Plant of Logic & Raze is ripe for the turn-down of summer.  The dynamic duo producers known as Chris Siegel and Sean Foran (kiings) have been putting us in a trance since 2013 (check out their collaboration "You Can’t See Me" with Christine Hoberg).

Colin Plant, on the other hand, is new to us at Planet Alpha.  But we must say, we were immediately drawn to his vocal styling on this track.  Colin’s vocals are hypnotic.  Imagine following a shadowy figure to an unknown destination.  You look on with suspense, from a distance, but you continue the journey and follow their footsteps.  As you go on, you feel a sense of calm.  You let go, and you just follow.  Well done, gentlemen!

We’re looking forward to more sounds from the kiings’ camp.  We’re also eager to explore the repertoire of Logic & Raze.  Consider us strangers no more.

Michael Damond, Editor

PlanetAlphaMale.com

planetalpha:

NEW RELEASE: kiings x Colin Plant Collaboration

"Starting to Think (They Might Be on to Something)

It’s unanimous.  Fall is our favorite season at Planet Alpha HQ. 

Tis’ the time for men to layer-up with their broken-in twill, cozy knits, blazers, and beards (#beardgang where applicable).  We also like fall because it’s the perfect time to put away the sounds of summer, and refresh our playlists with new music.

This collaboration from kiings x Colin Plant of Logic & Raze is ripe for the turn-down of summer.  The dynamic duo producers known as Chris Siegel and Sean Foran (kiings) have been putting us in a trance since 2013 (check out their collaboration "You Can’t See Me" with Christine Hoberg).

Colin Plant, on the other hand, is new to us at Planet Alpha.  But we must say, we were immediately drawn to his vocal styling on this track.  Colin’s vocals are hypnotic.  Imagine following a shadowy figure to an unknown destination.  You look on with suspense, from a distance, but you continue the journey and follow their footsteps.  As you go on, you feel a sense of calm.  You let go, and you just follow.  Well done, gentlemen!

We’re looking forward to more sounds from the kiings’ camp.  We’re also eager to explore the repertoire of Logic & Raze.  Consider us strangers no more.

Michael Damond, Editor

PlanetAlphaMale.com

cameotv:

Kiings are a Milwaukee-based production/DJ duo composed of musical chemists, Sean Foran and Chris Siegel. The group came onto the electronic scene with their debut single “Explain Myself” and the accompanying, viral music video. When not touring, Kiings has been preparing their debut record and unleashing tracks to the world, including a remix of James Vincent McMorrow’s “Cavalier.”
Kiing’s featured track “The Storm” has been on repeat all summer at Cameo HQ. Dreams come true and we caught up with Sean and Chris to chat about musical inspirations and favorite fast food joints.
What’s your favorite link on the internet right now?
Chris: The internet is a constant source of inspiration for me, particularly in discovering new music. One local Milwaukee DJ’s mix show has been on repeat all week — Tarik Moody’s Rhythm Lab Radio.
Sean: Hillydilly.com & old Howard Stern episodes on YouTube.
If you could watch anyone from history’s Cameo, who would it be?
Sean: Malcolm X
Chris: Banksy
Favorite things?
Chris: Diversity, innovation, open-mindedness, peace, love, art, and Checker’s (the fast food chain that is).
Best film score ever?
Sean: “The Godfather” Chris: A toss up between “Superfly”, “Taxi Driver”, “Garden State”, and the newest of the bunch — “Drive”. I must say a lot of people slept on that “Osmosis Jones” soundtrack, though (The St. Lunatics and Solange, man.)
Who are three people that have inspired your music?
Chris: The Clash, James Brown, Pharrell Williams
Sean: The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Timbaland
If your house was burning down, what’s the one thing you would grab?
Sean: Jimmy the dog, carrying my laptop on his back.
Chris: There’s a good chance I’d crash through the window with my laptop, external hard drives, and Blue microphone in hand (while hoping my sneaker collection would take note).
What will your first Cameo be about?
Chris: Kiings in the studio making assorted looney tunes.
Sean: Sonics and the nature of the universe.
Best concert venue on earth?
Chris: My favorite concert venue to date is the Summerfest grounds in Milwaukee, WI (where the monstrosity of a music festival known as Summerfest occurs). We opened for A-Trak/Dessa last year for and Girl Talk/Robert Delonge this June. On side note, this marble quarry near Verbania, Italy where Clark played would be quite ill.
Tell us about the last video you shot on your phone?
Chris: Graffiti sightings in Brooklyn.
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cameotv:

Kiings are a Milwaukee-based production/DJ duo composed of musical chemists, Sean Foran and Chris Siegel. The group came onto the electronic scene with their debut single “Explain Myself” and the accompanying, viral music video. When not touring, Kiings has been preparing their debut record and unleashing tracks to the world, including a remix of James Vincent McMorrow’s “Cavalier.”

Kiing’s featured track “The Storm” has been on repeat all summer at Cameo HQ. Dreams come true and we caught up with Sean and Chris to chat about musical inspirations and favorite fast food joints.

What’s your favorite link on the internet right now?

Chris: The internet is a constant source of inspiration for me, particularly in discovering new music. One local Milwaukee DJ’s mix show has been on repeat all week — Tarik Moody’s Rhythm Lab Radio.

Sean: Hillydilly.com & old Howard Stern episodes on YouTube.

If you could watch anyone from history’s Cameo, who would it be?

Sean: Malcolm X

Chris: Banksy

Favorite things?

Chris: Diversity, innovation, open-mindedness, peace, love, art, and Checker’s (the fast food chain that is).

Best film score ever?

Sean: “The Godfather” Chris: A toss up between “Superfly”, “Taxi Driver”, “Garden State”, and the newest of the bunch — “Drive”. I must say a lot of people slept on that “Osmosis Jones” soundtrack, though (The St. Lunatics and Solange, man.)

Who are three people that have inspired your music?

Chris: The Clash, James Brown, Pharrell Williams

Sean: The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Timbaland

If your house was burning down, what’s the one thing you would grab?

Sean: Jimmy the dog, carrying my laptop on his back.

Chris: There’s a good chance I’d crash through the window with my laptop, external hard drives, and Blue microphone in hand (while hoping my sneaker collection would take note).

What will your first Cameo be about?

Chris: Kiings in the studio making assorted looney tunes.

Sean: Sonics and the nature of the universe.

Best concert venue on earth?

Chris: My favorite concert venue to date is the Summerfest grounds in Milwaukee, WI (where the monstrosity of a music festival known as Summerfest occurs). We opened for A-Trak/Dessa last year for and Girl Talk/Robert Delonge this June. On side note, this marble quarry near Verbania, Italy where Clark played would be quite ill.

Tell us about the last video you shot on your phone?

Chris: Graffiti sightings in Brooklyn.

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Kiings - Explain Myself

pop-lock:

Nice one by Kiings, a duo from Milwaukee, sampling the vocals of Coco from Quadron. 

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new VIBES.

kiings x Rae Cassidy (San Fermin).

theautumnroses:

Kiings are a production duo from Milwaukee, and Rae Cassidy sings with Brooklyn chamber-pop collective San Fermin. Their minds have met, and the compassionate "Feel" is the result. It’s an anthem, but one that never sounds forced, and it pulses with a well-tempered serenity. This very lovely song is available to download via the Kiings’ Bandcamp. Via Best Fit.

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