SEP 2017: FEATURED ON VEVO
"Style is the key word ... a definitive level of soul ... The whole thing has both a fresh and nostalgic energy, the perfect kind of vibes to see you into (or out of) a long weekend. This kind of music, when produced so professionally and with so much variation instrumentally, is ideal for any number of situations."
“Deep In You” is a dance floor-ready jam that gives off an electronic ghostpop vibe with soulful vocals that give you a mix between Michael Jackson and Usher. However, you can find that this track has a touch of R&B feel, which will quickly generate excitement across fans everywhere.
"vocals that are the cherry on top of a masterful tune"
- by the wavs
"the track features the Californian electronic pop singer, marking his label debut."
- your edm
"Listening to this single will take the listener on an emotional journey. I highly recommend.
"Feel good music that redefines ... into their own sound."
"We’ll be keeping tabs!"
Brayden Pierce has officially reinvented himself as SIDDHI KID ["city-kid”], and is unleashing a wild blend of electronic soul that showcases his fresh voice, songwriting and production style. Building upon his recent number one collaboration on Monstercat Records (lauded as: "vocals that are the cherry on top of a masterful tune" -By The Wavs), the Los Angeles local’s forthcoming debut album "Animalism" is an experimentation that brings to mind Daft Punk, AlunaGeorge and George Michael.
Brayden grew up with music in his blood and always knew that he wanted to be a musician. The St. Louis, Missouri-born Croatian/Indian artist was first introduced to music at the age of 5 when he took piano lessons, which lead him to play alto saxophone and guitar in middle school, all while publishing poems about baseball and his other childhood memories. He acted and sang in school, and soon came to LA where he guest-starred on several network TV shows, films, commercials. After several incarnations of bands, Brayden began in 2013 as the frontman of alternative indie electro dream rock band, KINGDØMS. They built a strong grassroots fanbase through live shows and local festivals … and in one year’s time started selling out SoCal venues alongside acts like: Imagine Dragons, Intergalactix, Azalea Banks, Jennifer Hudson, Lena Feyre, Magic Giant, Magic Bronson, Slugs. His music production skills developed while working with DJ James Kennedy and Grammy-nominated Pawel Sek (Empire of the Sun, Taylor Swift, Kanye West). Now, after accumulating a healthy number of songs in the studio, Pierce is ready to share himself as SIDDHI KID, where he writes, performs, composes, produces and mixes his music.
”Animalism" peers into the battle between the mind's emotions and primal urges that define our very nature - perceivably human, but not so far from animalistic. His debut original single, “Deep In You” is getting a lot of play ever since it dropped in Summer 2017 by generating tons of word of mouth buzz in the LA music scene, highlighted by Noiseporn as "a dance floor-ready jam ... style is the key word", and included on Spotify's hottest summer playlists. The new music video by Thomas Trail (The Naked and Famous, Steve Aoki, Alma, Nervo) is now LIVE on VEVO with a major feature placement on VEVO. Watch the video and feel free to like/comment/share/subscribe now! The eclectic artist’s next releases, "Soak" (Fall 2017), combines a soulful story with a unique composition that brings to mind R&B mastermind, Maxwell, with a texture of beats that are equal parts bi-naural, meditative and dance, while "Savage" (Fall 2017) conjures a wild-and-free infectious dance groove.
SIDDHI KID derives from the ancient sanskrit word siddhi, meaning "supernatural powers attained from spiritual enlightenment through meditation" and kid, a Fellini-inspired reminder to "never lose your childish enthusiasm”. Keying into the experience of generating a loyal following from magnetic performances throughout Southern California, SIDDHI KID’s upcoming performances will coincide with additional single releases and music videos from "Animalism".