Detroit local Kyle Hall was 15 years of age when he made his debut on Omar-S’ FXHE label. Released in Oct 2007, “Plastik-Ambash” was a complicated, primitive-yet-complex single-sided 12” that hardly hinted at Hall’s innovative power. From 2008 through 2010, he released seven 12” singles by himself Crazy Oats and electric motor city veterinarian Mike Grant’s Moods & Grooves, aswell as London-based brands Third Hearing and Hyperdub. The very best among we were holding “Kaychunk” and “Solar Funk” (the last mentioned technically acknowledged to KMFH) — unclassifiable paths that absorbed a variety of affects while sounding just like the function of no-one else. Hall’s richly split and emotive result was embraced by an array of manufacturers and DJs from home, techno, and dubstep circles. By early 2011, Hall got also remixed paths with the dubstep-turned-synth pop Darkstar, deep home stalwart Dennis Ferrer, electro-techno manufacturer Space Sizing Controller, and Detroit garage area rockers the Dirtbombs.