Beauvois’ Dreamy Style in ‘Jupiter’ Allures Respective Listeners

Beauvois’ Dreamy Style in ‘Jupiter’ Allures Respective Listeners

Beauvois’ Dreamy Style in ‘Jupiter’ Allures Respective Listeners

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Kidswaste has an extraordinary side project to share with the music world;

Beauvois is a fresh take on his harmonic approach towards the electronic scene. His latest pursuit under the alias is a single titled “Jupiter.” The track is a working piece of the forthcoming Dimensions EP, to be put out by Get The Sound. A set release date for the body of work has yet to be announced.


“I’ve always envisioned the Beauvois sound as something ethereal, dreamy, and easy to listen to. Most of the track titles are usually reminiscent of something that’s bigger than us, that we can’t grasp entirely.” — Beauvois via Soundcloud

“Jupiter” pays homage to the styles of Petit Biscuit and Shallou with cute string plucks and the creative use of vocals. The side project is reminiscent of Kidswaste’s original work, minus the aspect of headstrong vocals.

A musical man of many hats, Kidswaste also incorporates his signature sounds in the six-artist group, Slow Hours. Lain, Astre, Kultur, Khamsin, and Rusty Hook are the other five representative of the France-based collaboration.

LISTEN TO SLOW HOURS’ TOO FUTURE GUEST MIX:

LISTEN TO KIDSWASTE’S “Beautiful Life ft. Sophie Simmons”:


Beauvois has been performing as Kidswaste this summer for a U.S. festival tour. He’s currently working his magic on the crowds of both Electric Forest 2018 weekends in Michigan. Camp Bisco in Scranton, Pennsylvania is his next stop from July 12 through 14. Tickets and tour information can be found on his website: www.kidswaste.com

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