Kyle Patrick‘s first solo album KP removes you from the real world. After its release last May 2010, the album had already garnered more than 30,000 hits and topped the bandcamp music charts.
A bonafide musician since the age of six, Kyle Patrick had devoted his whole life for music mastering any instrument possible. During his time in Berklee College of Music, Kyle scored a big break as a front for the pop group Click Five for their 2007 release Modern Minds and Pastimes. He had also performed with big names like The Black Eyed Peas and Placebo. Kyle is currently working on a new EP and 3D music video while actively doing charity work.
Another Life adorns the ears with such a soothing vibe. This opening track is the perfect backdrop to a cozy Sunday morning due to its country charm and glowing melodies.
“Quirky” and “playful” are the words that may sum up Don’t Think Twice. What makes Kyle’s vocals unique is its adaptability to the song’s mood. Rarely can you find an artist that’s so versatile with each track.
A personal favorite, l Only Know How To Be In Love is sweet and catchy. The top-notch musical arrangement brings you back to the glowing eras of old pop.
Ending with a more serious note, Second Nature delves on the subject of self preservation and hopefulness. I commend the artist’s ability to seal up the collection to a deeper level. This reflects his talent and maturity as an artist.
Overall, this collection is truly a musical gem. Kyle Patrick has proved that he is indeed a musician to look out for. With self-written tracks and a superb vocal, KP is that kind of album that will leave you awestruck.
The album is available by a pay-what-you-want/free download.