The prodigious producer and charismatic LGBTQ+ advocate is ready to dominate the remainder of 2021.
"Myself and a lot of other people would not be here today if we didn’t fight and break through barriers to make our own lanes here."
"I am so proud to be able to celebrate my history, my stories, my identity, and my art with others just like me."
The two best friends have finally collaborated, producing an enthralling single that paints a vivid picture of a blindingly bright future for both.
Bauuer, Party Favor, Snakehips, Whethan, Blanke, and many more are slated to perform.
In addition to two headlining sets by GRiZ, the festival will feature CloZee, Liquid Stranger, and Moore Kismet, among others.
"Autonomy" is the first time the artist has ever experimented with their own vocals in a release.
The electronic music wunderkind described "Vendetta For Cupid" as "one of the most visceral songs" they've ever written.
Celebrate the future of dance music with these artists, whose work is already impacting the community's next wave.
"Rumor" is the first single from Moore Kismet's forthcoming debut album.
The debut album will be released via Thrive, with the lead single, "Rumor" with WYN, premiering on February 12th.
we spotlighted five trans and non-binary electronic music trailblazers in order to promote their courage, unmatched talent, and flat out badassery.
"You Should Run" takes a softer approach to Moore Kismet's unconventional trap style.
Out October 2nd via Bassrush, the release follows "Drift" featuring Bajillionaire and the six-track "Revenge of the Unicorns" EP.
The song, featuring Bajillionaire, was released September 11th via Bassrush Records.
Out today via Never Say Die, the six-track record features collaborations with the artist's industry friends and even their mother, Momma Kismet.
Out August 14th via Never Say Die Records, "Revenge of the Unicorns" will be the producer's third EP.
Amid nationwide protests for Black Lives Matter, let us not forget about another marginalized group of people—the LGBTQ community.
There's nothing more wholesome than a collaboration between mother and child.
How is Moore Kismet only 15-years-old?
At just 14 years of age, Moore Kismet delivers another massive bass release on Never Say Die.
At just fourteen years of age Moore Kismet teamed up with SHARPS for an in-your-face bass tune, "Mutant."