Just weeks after releasing her latest hit track, Lost Your Mind, Kendoll’s three-track EP Call Me Daddy has arrived. Giving us more of her signature low-bass house sound, this EP doesn’t mess around. Seattle born and now L.A. based, Kendoll’s electric sound has evolved quickly and is pushing the boundaries of house music. Consistently producing club-ready bangers has helped her catch the eye of Insomniac’s own In/Rotation label on which Call Me Daddy was released. Give a listen to Call Me Daddy below, we promise you’ll want to hear it again!
In/Rotation isn’t the first big-name label Kendoll has worked with before. Her impressive list includes Night Bass, Bite This!, Dim Mak, Psycho Disco! and many more. The passion to not only DJ but also produce her own music lead Kendoll to attend Icon Collective Music Production School in L.A. In an interview with the Seattle Times, Kendoll talks about finding her sound while attending Icon.
“Before I went to Icon I played other people’s music. It was good enough to get me by and be a good local DJ. But when I found my sound at Icon and I started putting out tracks, my sets completely changed because they’re me. Ninety percent of the stuff that I play are my tracks. So when I play live, it’s all my stuff.”
In just a few short years, Kendoll has skyrocketed to the front of the house scene and has been headlining major festivals. She’s blown away crowds at EDC Las Vegas, Beyond Wonderland, and Nocturnal Wonderland just this year alone. If you plan on bringing in the new year at Snow Globe you’ll see Kendoll headlining on December 30th.
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