Silas Moldenhawer And Jonas Kenton, Both Children Of The Early 80s, Grew Up Alongside Each Other In The Tiny Big City Of Copenhagen. In Their Teenage Years They Discovered Electronic Music And This Led Them To Start Spinning Records And Producing Tracks Together. Years Later They Met Two Other Talented Musicians And Formed Well-establish Danish Indie-electro Outfit When Saints Go Machine, But Still Kept On Building Kenton Slash Demon As A Separate Project.
Silas Moldenhawer and Jonas Kenton, both children of the early 80s, grew up alongside each other in the tiny big city of Copenhagen. In their teenage years they discovered electronic music and this led them to start spinning records and producing tracks together. Years later they met two other talented musicians and formed well-establish Danish indie-electro outfit “When Saints Go Machine", but still kept on building Kenton Slash Demon as a separate project. Now, four years after the release of their most recent EP Daemon, Danish production duo Kenton Slash Demon return with Skydancer, an immersive and intricate sonic interpretation of club culture that represents a new chapter and direction for the act. Skydancer I is a haunting 7-minute monster, with pitched vocals, industrial hats and a sinister central bass line. The second act, Skydancer II, provides a sunnier counterpoint with a nod to the UK rave scene with its broken drum patterns. This release represents the birth of WAA Industry, a new imprint helmed by KSD and visual artist The Emperor Of Antarctica. Skydancer I & II will be released on a one-sided 12″ picture disc record in collaboration with Australian label Future Classic. [txt from ]