Knyte: Canadian Artist Releases His Self-Titled Album


KNYTE is an independent artist from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The talented artist started his love of music when he learned to play the guitar as a boy.

KNYTE added to his endowments when he began his singer, song writing career at aged just fifteen. His musical talents don’t stop there: he plays bass, synth and drums. On the album (out September 25th 2015) he plays the guitar and synths recorded. The Canadian singer/songwriter also co-produced the album with Brad Smith, who mixed and mastered the album at Red Panda Recorders in Edmonton, Alberta.

The album is a progression of modern beats and powerful choruses with lots of rhythmic guitars and synths. Its whole feel is alternative rock with an emotional pull inspired by pop culture. From resonant tracks like ‘Ruin’ and ‘Cut Me Open’ to the upbeat and majestic sounds from ‘Neon Lights’ and ‘Voices’. The quality in range is full of influences like the courageous lead guitar from U2 and KNYTE’s passion, The Neighbourhood. KNYTE’s first album is aa dusky, nocturnal experience, while at the same time flowing, honest and full of potential.

The album, out next week, is full of potential and is available to pre-order now on iTunes. Find Knyte online on Twitter and his website.

The independent artist is currently looking at extending a tour into 2016.

Knyte. - Cut Me Open (Official Music Video)


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