Kid606

Real Name:
Miguel Manuel De Pedro
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Experimental electronic musician. Born: July 27, 1979, Caracas, Venezuela.
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VC-140, VC140 Don't Sweat The Technics — Kid606 Kid-606* Don't Sweat The Technics(CD, Album) Vinyl Communications, Vinyl Communications VC-140, VC140 US 1998 Sell This Version
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VC-142 Split — Kid606 LSR* / Kid-606* LSR* / Kid-606* - Split(CD) Vinyl Communications VC-142 US 1998 Sell This Version
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none Soundboy Yakuza Tour CD — Kid606 Kid606 Soundboy Yakuza Tour CD(CDr, Album) Tigerbeat6 none US 1999 Sell This Version
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MP93 PS I Love You — Kid606 Kid606 PS I Love You (Album) Mille Plateaux MP93 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
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ipc-7 Down With The Scene — Kid606 Kid606 Down With The Scene (Album) Ipecac Recordings ipc-7 US 2000 Sell This Version
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MP101 PS You Love Me — Kid606 Kid606 PS You Love Me(CD, Album) Mille Plateaux MP101 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
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MEOW021 An Innocent Mess To Compress (Unedited Live Performances) — Kid606 Kid606 An Innocent Mess To Compress (Unedited Live Performances)(CD) Tigerbeat6 MEOW021 US 2001 Sell This Version
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turd02 The Action Packed Mentallist Brings You The Fucking Jams — Kid606 Kid606 The Action Packed Mentallist Brings You The Fucking Jams (Album) Violent Turd turd02 New Zealand 2002 Sell This Version
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rmz-010 Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You — Kid606 Kid606 Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You (Album) Ipecac Recordings rmz-010 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
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rmz-014 Who Still Kill Sound? — Kid606 Kid606 Who Still Kill Sound? (Album) Tigerbeat6 rmz-014 Japan 2004 Sell This Version
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rmz-018 Resilience — Kid606 Kid606 Resilience (Album) Tigerbeat6 rmz-018 Japan 2005 Sell This Version
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meow132 Pretty Girls Make Raves — Kid606 Kid606 Pretty Girls Make Raves (Album) Very Friendly, Tigerbeat6 meow132 US 2006 Sell This Version
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rmz-033 Shout At The Döner — Kid606 Kid606 Shout At The Döner (Album, Comp) Tigerbeat6, Very Friendly rmz-033 Japan 2009 Sell This Version
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IMPREC291 Songs About Fucking Steve Albini — Kid606 Kid606 Songs About Fucking Steve Albini(CD, Album) Important Records (2) IMPREC291 US 2010 Sell This Version
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Meow190 Lost In The Game — Kid606 Kid606 Lost In The Game (Album) Tigerbeat6 Meow190 US 2012 Sell This Version
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MEOW200 Happiness — Kid606 Kid606 Happiness (Album) Tigerbeat6 MEOW200 US 2013 Sell This Version
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meow209 Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 1: Bored Of Excitement — Kid606 Kid606 Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 1: Bored Of Excitement (Album) Tigerbeat6 meow209 US 2015 Sell This Version
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meow212 Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 2: Escape To Los Angeles — Kid606 Kid606 Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 2: Escape To Los Angeles(CD, Album) Tigerbeat6 meow212 US 2015 Sell This Version
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MEOW210 Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 1.5: Discreet Music — Kid606 Kid606 Recollected Ambient Works Vol. 1.5: Discreet Music(2xFile, FLAC, Album) Tigerbeat6 MEOW210 US 2015
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Singles & EPs

VC 145 Unamerican Activity — Kid606 omniBot / Kid-606* omniBot / Kid-606* - Unamerican Activity(CD, EP) Vinyl Communications VC 145 US 1998 Sell This Version
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ORE29 Boy On Boy — Kid606 Kid606, Pisstank Kid606, Pisstank - Boy On Boy Wabana Ore Limited ORE29 US 1999 Sell This Version
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unsc003 Shift-Minus Vol. 3 — Kid606 Kid606 vs. Chris Coady Kid606 vs. Chris Coady - Shift-Minus Vol. 3 _underscore unsc003 US 1999 Sell This Version
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VC-167 Dubplatestyle — Kid606 Kid-606* Dubplatestyle Vinyl Communications VC-167 US 1999 Sell This Version
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ORE19 Ruin It,Ruin Them,Ruin Yourself,Than Ruin Me — Kid606 Kid 606* Ruin It,Ruin Them,Ruin Yourself,Than Ruin Me(7", Single, W/Lbl) Wabana Ore Limited ORE19 US 1999 Sell This Version
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12FAT020 Christoph De Babalon / Kid 606 — Kid606 Christoph De Babalon / Kid606 Christoph De Babalon / Kid606 - Christoph De Babalon / Kid 606 FatCat Records 12FAT020 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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phoenecia

phoenecia

June 19, 2021
seems like he's hung it up which is a shame, used to spend hundreds a year on the records that his label tigerbeat6 put out in the 2000s
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WildDragon.

WildDragon.

November 4, 2017
edited over 5 years ago
I got introduced to kid606 with "The Action packed mentalist brings you the fucking Jams", not the best way to discover the artist eclectic skills but the greatest way to get into that muthafucking awesomeness!! I recommend that gem!
ischivezon

ischivezon

October 14, 2015
the duality of kid, breakcore/ragga/rave and now (and i guess in some albums in 2000-ish) ambient and indie. absolutely essential for any fan of hard driving/unserious jungle and deep relaxing music.
nrgmzkfiend

nrgmzkfiend

March 17, 2004
once upon a time i thought that Aphex Twin was the most complex, intricate, innovative, and musicaly skilled artist in the electronic music seen. Until 99' When Kid 606 punnished my head for the first time, and i still pleasure the punishment. The Kid's new album 'Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You' is an absolute masterpiece, especially the track 'ecstacy motherf**ker'. I truly believe this man is the KING of all styles of elctronic music. Recommende for ALL
explosive

explosive

December 13, 2003
Kid 606 is the epidamy of Post Modern music.
Post Modern art is different from modern art, in the sense that it reflects on the past, and Modernism does not. Modernism rejects the past. So as Kid 606 reflects the past, he becomes Post Modern music. Not to mention that the only people who appreciate his music, are the people who've HEARD the music which he quotes and directly references. I LOVE kid 606, and i think he's one of today's most brilliant electro acoustic musicians.
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behemoth

behemoth

June 21, 2002
Heard is set at Sonar on Peel last night - he really is incredible. You have to have a sense of humour to appreciate it, but I just love it. It's the sound of one man just being a right noisy bastard and making a bleedin' racket, in a creative way. Well, generally in a blatant way, but I can only take so much prog before I have to listen to something like this for a bit of contrast. Great stuff, but I don't think his mother would be very proud.
brockton808

brockton808

January 5, 2002
I'm getting tired of these "complex" artists. Complex is OK if the sounds have some musical quality. This guy has no talent -- unless the ability to string together bleeps and machinery hum is considered to be quality "music".

This inaccessible stuff is what gives electronic music a bad name. Whatever happened to driving bass lines, rocking drum machines, and euphoric melodies?

I guess I'm just not "deep" enough for this "music" that this chump creates.

I got burned buying "The Soccer Girl EP". I've learned my lesson.
uhpl1

uhpl1

August 13, 2001
edited over 21 years ago
A good way to start listening to Kid606 is to buy "Down With The Scene" and then go home and turn it up really loud right when the first track starts and wait about 10 seconds. Another fun thing is to get this thing called "Sonic Decimator" and hook it up in your Native Instruments or whatever software setup you have and pretend that you are Kid606. You will most likely find however that your tracks will not have the complexity, nor be as enjoyable, as any tracks on down with the scene.
For more fun try getting a copy of "Attitude" which is a 3" cd of NWA remixes out on the Kid's own tigerbeat6 label. It's just like being an angry kid again, except this time your anger sounds like it's going through the idmdspmofo-blender and coming out better than it went in, in most cases.
Kid606 shines the brightest on his whispier more emotional songs, like the 15th track on down with the scene, and a couple tracks on "ps, I love you." There is of course times when gabber-fast noise is just what is needed, and kid606 has lots of that.

August 13, 2022
edited over 21 years ago
P.S. I love you is a good start for those unfamiliar with the work of Kid 606 as it is accessible and unlike " Down with the scene"
the listener who prefers melody as opposed to percussive creations can eckspeckt highly exotic interpretations of melody.
The first few listens of "P.S. I love You" will have the listener put off by what seems to be caustic, harsh elements but these qualities give way
to something that is at once sharp as razors yet attractive enough that the listener will start to interpret that harshness as something highly
articulated and mysteriously soothing. Kid606 also demonstrates a fluency in stuttered percussion which gives this work longevity; each consecutive listen yields some spectacular layer or element which was hidden before. Few artists can make the sound of a razor shaving a chalk board sound so beautiful and this creation abounds in the exotic and the unexpected.-Review by Mark anthony.

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