Kinematic have been making music for a while and it’s something they love doing. They’ve created a mix of sonic treats, ranging from thoughtful folk music to distortion laced indie rock, with a whole bunch of indie pop songs that fall somewhere in between.

Kinematic are unsigned and independent. They’ve managed to self-produce a string of single, album and video releases and the band are justifiably proud of that. They do everything … writing, recording, producing, releasing, promoting … which means they have the freedom to do whatever they want, and to do it their own way.

The band was formed by songwriters from two quite different backgrounds. But even before Kinematic got off the ground they’d had common experience with endless gigging, recording and building live followings. They had also laughed their way past various shonky managers and dodgy record deals to put their own songs on the radio and play support to some major international acts. In short, it was loads of fun. Then it was time for something new and different. Enter Kinematic, where it’s all about the songs.

The songs? Download their tunes - much of it is free on the Kinematic try-before-you-buy scheme. The albums Time & Place (2005), The 38th Parallel (2007) and Kites (2009) are great places to start.

If you want to know even more about Kinematic there’s plenty of extra information, as well as all the music, on their official website:

Edited by kinematicSounds on 4 Dec 2009, 04:43

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