Experimental duo Brevin Kim are ahead of the curve, blending multiple genres to create their unique sound.
Before hyper-pop was even a term that the average music fan understood, Brevin Kim were pitching up auto-tuned vocals, jamming together piercing synths with skull-rattling bass, and sprinkling hi-hats over piano ballads.
The duo were always ahead of the curve, combining jarring experimentation with classic rock, pop, alternative, and hip-hop sensibilities that we’re just now starting to hear bleed into mainstream music.
The blood brotherly duo from Boston’s debut album ‘no less than three’ (2020) jumps from emotional piano ballads with eardrum-rattling bass to timeless pop songs fed through brash, distorted filters – the project saw early support from major press outlets including Complex, Rolling Stone, and more.
Since then, they’ve moved to Los Angeles and released music that makes their future even more clear —their 2022 sophomore album ‘PAIN MUSEUM‘ still has plenty of forward-thinking production, but tracks like ‘NAPLES’ and ‘COME TO GOD’ hint at their alternative/pop potential (even though the Brevin Kim guys have mixed feelings about that “pop” label.) Whether they like that term or not, pop music could use some disruption, and Brevin Kim are perfectly positioned to bring it.