Natasha Kmeto | Expressor

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by Natasha Kmeto

"Expressor" finds Kmeto delving further into experimental electronic music while staying rooted in hip-hop and R&B.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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Album Notes
Up-and-coming Portland electro hip-hop, singer-producer, Natasha Kmeto, is releasing her first full-length album "Expressor" in October 2010. This is a third release for Kmeto, who released her debut EP, "9" , and supplemental remix EP "√9", in 2009. "Expressor" finds Kmeto delving further into experimental electronic music while staying rooted in hip-hop and R&B. "Expressor" shows a marked progression in Kmeto's production and songwriting and has already received praise from industry heavy-hitters.

Kmeto (pronounced "kuh-meh-toe") was born and raised in California, playing and touring with bands of all genres since the age of 15. She completed the Keyboard Performance program at Musician's Institute in Hollywood and soon thereafter relocated to Portland in 2007. The move helped rekindle Natasha's creativity and passion for music that got lost in the bustle and industry of LA. Here, Kmeto was able to explore and take inspiration from her biggest influences, ranging from the cutting edge sounds of Flying Lotus to the classic soul hits of Carole King. As the Portland Mercury writes, "Kmeto's found a trance-ready spot that tugs at the sleeves of hiphop, IDM, and maybe even a tinge of goth, with a singing voice that keeps the digital zeroes and ones imbued with flesh and blood.” -Ned Lannamann, The Portland Mercury, April '10


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JeR of SKC

better than whats out there
great stuff got both your albums
spread the love

TJ Downes

Full immersion
I'm far from a music expert. But I code about 10 hours a day, and music is often an important part of staying focused. Tash's music keeps me "in the groove", so to speak. Expressor kicks sick beats and a nice recipe of dub step, trance, hip hop and r&b make sure you know that this isn't produced by some "pop factory".

Kudos Tash!