Give A Life EP is playing on REPEAT because quite frankly, 11 minutes is just not enough for me.
Kyle Snelgrove doesn’t know it, but he makes makes me happy. Kyle’s music makes me happy that is. As I sit here writing this, Mr. Snelgrove’s Give A Life EP is playing on REPEAT because quite frankly, 11 minutes is just not enough for me. Hailing from Valrico, Florida, eighteen year old Kyle Snelgrove is a self taught musician and a pretty bad ass producer. I haven’t heard what other musical talents that Kyle might have, but one thing is for sure; Give A Life is one hell of a release by a really talented young man who can only get better the longer he stays on this course.
… the whole EP was just a rush of overwhelming joy.
em>Give A Life is one insane electro house track after another. Upon pressing play, I was instantly moving to the music. It was somewhere around the third or fourth repeat of the EP that I was transported back to my clubbing days when you danced until your feet hurt, then you danced some more. Out of the four tracks on the EP, I’m hard pressed to pick one particular favorite since the whole EP was just a rush of overwhelming joy. It wouldn’t matter what time of day I were to play this EP, Give A Life brings the club ringing out through my speakers every time.
If you enjoy losing control, if you dig the club scene, but you miss what it was like way back when, Kyle Snelgrove’s Give A Life will have those feelings rushing back to you with the click of a button. The club scene better watch out because Kyle is vying for the crown and he’s off to a most excellent start.
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