Offaly-based electro-pop trio KinetiX are set to release a brand new single on July 30. Composed of three brothers Arthur (drums), Ademar (keys/synths), and Theodore (vocals), they merge a variety of elements and influences into their music to create their unique style of pop.
With creative production and a driving beat, the dynamic song contrasts heartfelt verses with energetic electro-breakdowns. The song is an ode to becoming comfortable in one’s skin, and declaring self-belief as the secret to living without fear and achieving one’s dreams. Arthur says, “This song is about an undying belief in oneself and what that belief can help you become.”
The band collaboratively writes all of their music, with Ademar writing catchy chord progressions, hooks and melodies, Theodore putting words to Ademar’s melodies, and the organic song taken to Arther who produces, adding beats and sounds. The band started recording and producing in Diffusion Lab Studios, Dublin. When lockdown happened, they decided to build their own space, and now all of their music is being created from their home studio in Offaly.
The Stones brothers began learning traditional Irish music on the banjo, fiddle and button accordion. They enjoyed success in the traditional Irish music scene, collectively winning 23 All-Ireland solo medals at Fleadh Cheoil na hEireann competitions. In 2010, they played on the Late Late Toy Show, playing the accordion, banjo and bouzouki. Arthur went on to form Irish band ‘Ruaile Buaile’, which he toured with for seven years, playing festivals across the world.
In 2017 the brothers began work on KinetiX, and have been releasing music since 2019. They collaboratively put their heads together, writing, producing and recording until they arrived upon their own unique sound. The pop band have been very well received in the Irish music scene, receiving positive feedback from the likes of RTE’s ‘Behind the Music’ blog saying, “KinetiX are in line to become Ireland’s next electro-pop stars.”