Fans of Moore Kismet can now hear the music that inspires the young prodigy on their new weekly SiriusXM radio show, "See Every Color."
The 18-year-old producer, songwriter, DJ and filmmaker took to social media to announce the show, calling it a "literal dream come true." The show will air new episodes on Wednesdays at 8pm PT (11pm ET) on SiriusXM’s BPM channel.
"'See Every Color' will be home to the freshest electronic cuts from all corners of the scene, with an emphasis on queer artists and new talent," according to SiriusXM. "Hosted by DJ/producer Moore Kismet, you’ll get an exclusive look inside the mind of everyone’s favorite unicorn as they traverse the globe for the hottest club tunes, hints of classics and more unexpected picks."
Moore Kismet's name means "more than fate." After being named to the EDM.com Class of 2021, they became the youngest artist to ever perform at EDC Las Vegas.
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Kismet's musical journey began at the age of seven, when they first downloaded Fruity Loops on their family’s laptop. Today, they are renowned for their unique production style and for being a leading voice in the LGBTQ+ community. Their debut album, the stunning UNIVERSE, dropped last year.
Now, "See Every Color" aims to share the music that keeps them feeling inspired.
"I have been trying to find ways to revitalize my love for music in general, and a lot of that doesn’t just stem from my own music," said Kismet. "It stems from the music that I listen to on a daily basis that inspires what I do."
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