Detroit produced and DJ Kyle Julian Hall presents the sixth release on his Forget The Clock label. “Good Hado” EP includes 4 warm Detroit House tracks.
Warm five tracker by Detroit’s Kyle Hall on his label Forget The Clock.
NDATL celebrates ten years with a compilation featuring label boss Kai Alcé, Kyle Hall, Mike Huckaby, Omar-S and others.
The Best Omar S, newest album simply reflects the singer, songwriter/producer’s brilliant career- always vogue, forever moving forward, yet transcending trend to find its place among the classics. The 11 selections gracing album, produced by Omar S is just what you never expect from a modern entertainment legend.
Wild Oats presents the triple LP entitled From Joy by Kyle Hall. The title is derived from the idea of finding a way to live life in a state of presence; detaching oneself from the mental, self imposed narratives echoed by society’s traditions and judgement. We as people tend to be at our most honest and present in our childhood, so in some ways From Joy serves as a mechanism and reminder to return to one’s youthful energetic state. The 8- track album, all produced before 2010, is a homage to where Kyle lived at the time in his father’s basement on the westside of Detroit on Joy Rd.
Wild Oats present the highly anticipated second collaboration from FunkinEvil aka Kyle Hall & FunkinEven. The duo offer up a 4 track EP with sounds that pull you into the Evil world. This follow-up release ventures into the world of the unknown, and the trapped. “You fear what you do not understand” …
Wild Oats is proud to present the KMFH debut album The Boat Party. After a year of collaborative releases, Kyle Hall, under the alias KMFH, has produced a debut album; a fusion of original work, sample tracks, and raw edits. The Boat Party album artwork pokes fun at European summer boat parties and juxtaposes the destitute state of Detroit and its recent proneness to discarded luxury in financial crises. Mainly, the inability to leave and the sometimes pleasant isolation of a boat party is what the album exudes. The listener has a certain commitment to the material which definitely has its place on the dance floor. You can find tracks that have soulful, funky, and organic feels, while others have a more abstract, mechanical, and robotic sentiments. The Boat Party was carefully constructed which makes the album a cohesive mix of soulful etherealness and roughly raw sounds; KMFH’s cueing into the true aspects of Detroit.
Dope new 12″ from Funkinevil produced with Kyle Hall. The two tracks on it make for a stylistic about-turn from the TV theme funk of the last Apron release Chips & Sweets, “Dracula” is the kind of stuttering 303 acid jam FunkinEven is an expert of, reminiscent of the brilliant “Roland’s Jam”, while “Cha!” is a loose-limbed slice of proto-techno which goes heavy on the unfiltered analogue bass, driven forward with lolloping drum machine beats.
The “Funkinevil” project is the collaboration between Detroit’s Kyle Hall and London producer Funkineven. Raw funk recorded to reel to reel, featuring a keyboard solo from Underground Resistance player Jon Dixon.
A wonderful project new/old by Detroit Techno Legend Anthony Shakir on Kyle Hall’s label, featuring remastered tracks from the rare Shake out of print 12inch ”M3 Sessions” originally released by the, now defunct, legendary Detroit record shop ”Record Time’. Fortunately Wild Oats Label head Kyle Hall, and Detroit Legend Shake have now gotten together for the new full release of the record which also contains unreleased material from that very same DAT Tape. On the 7inch there are 2 secret little Locked Grooves ”GJ LKD” and ”FRCTBEAT 6LKD” making for both a fun and Functional DJ tool.
The Bubble 1 Year anniversary event.
New one from Kyle Hall on his label Wild Oats. Vocal house track on the A-Side, and a jazzy disco drum cut on the flip.
Free gift from Scion A/V. Three reinterpretation of Detroit’s garage / punk band The Dirtbombs, comming from Omar-S, Kyle Hall and Octomorph.
Up next on Objektivity, Dennis Ferrer recorded this track last year with Philadelphia singer Dawn Hulton – remixed by Detroit’s Kyle Hall on the B side.
NSNT stands for New School N1994 Techno and comes from Kyle Hall and his buddy Manuel Gonzalez. Cool fresh sounding tracks that builds on the tradition of Detroit techno, with a Wild Oats twist.
The first day of the festival and the most intense and interesting for us. So what’s on the menu for the start of the festival.
Tama Sumo 22-00
Patrice Scott 00-02
Kyle Hall 00-02
Juan Atkins 02-04
Keith Worthy 04-06
Another unlikely yet highly successful remix excursion for Delphic, picking up an uber-limited one-sided rerub from Detroit’s Kyle Hall. There’s practically no trace of the original to be heard, just a damn fine exhibition of Motor City techniques, shaking slightly broken drums under filtered and flanged keys, locking into a sweetly sensual loop of house magic.