New York City artist Kodomo aka Chris Child will release his new mini-album Divider on August 18th. He previously remixed and played live with…Read More
Kodomo is the electronic music project of Chris Child, based in Brooklyn, New York. He took the moniker Kodomo from his last name meaning “Child” in Japanese.
To date, Kodomo has released three albums, one EP, and five singles.
His debut album, Still Life was presented in 2008 on NYC’s label 5 Point Records. His second album, Frozen In Motion, was released in 2011. His third album, Patterns & Light, will be released on June 24th of 2014.
In between releases, Kodomo has collaborated with and done remixes for Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Freezepop, Kodocrome, and Symbion Project, among other artists. Chris is also an Emmy nominated composer and has written music for commercials and TV series. His music is regularly featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, This American Life and All Things Considered. He also created music for the popular hit video games Rock Band, Phase, Amplitude and Frequency, produced by Harmonix.
Chris’s music parallels his interests in technology, science, visual arts, photography. He approaches each album and project with the intention of moving in a new direction, inspired by new processes and ideas.
Musically, Kodomo (aka Chris Child) is vibrant and versatile, influenced by classic IDM and golden era Warp Records as much as bottom heavy dub, classical minimalism, and warm 80’s synths. His new album Patterns & Light, out July 22nd,Read More