From heretics to heathens, life seems to be a bit more fun on that edge of perspectives. Not following a certain set of rules or religions can have its perks. The people that come with that lifestyle bring certain characteristics to life that add to the curiousness of being a human, just as Kleavr does with his music. You cannot practice heresy with synths and violins, unless you are a clockwork orange variety, so we have heavy bass music to place in background of our heathenism.
From Chicago, Stay Gold Promotions DJ and producer Kleavr has been making a big name for himself getting recognized by fellow heathens like 12th Planet and Borgore and others and rightly so. Almost relentless with music releases you have countless tracks from just the start of the new year alone to get wild to. Consistency is key when building a career path and Kleavr got that down to key. From collabs to remixes and originals there is no scarcity in music to be deprived from and he is set to release more as we speak… or read.
From the start of the year, as he has been, Kleavr continues to drop track after track starting with a collab with STOY dubbed Salad Fingers following a bootleg remix of Liquid Strangers’ Ripple to end out the last year. He follows up with more collaborations with Kentucky artist Tantrum, turning out to be a powerful duo as they rock the stage together at shows. His most recent releases have been hitting Borgore’s BuyGore label, most prominently and recently, his EP the Heretic has been getting much buzz around the local dubstep community following a single release Fury Blade, another piece with Tantrum on Buygore. Even more so his music has been getting him booked in places like Montreal, Denver, Philidelphia, LA and more; exited to see how this artists progresses as he grabs hold of new opportunites everyday.