John Morgan Kimock: Depiction

John Morgan Kimock: Depiction

John Morgan Kimock
John Morgan Kimock (son of Steve Kimock) has put the finishing touches on his first solo album entitled Depiction. The new album, produced entirely by the 18-year-old drum prodigy, is now available only on John Morgan's Kind Killers MySpace site. The release features a number of special guest musicians including Jim Kost, Steve Kimock, Paul Thiessen and Angelo Miraglia. With a number of up-coming shows, the young Kimock will be performing tracks from Depiction while also unveiling his new project Kind Killers with Angelo Miraglia and special guests. <> Written and produced entirely by Kimock, Depiction highlights a seven track instrumental journey into sound and has one major element of surprise: there is only one track with drums. Instead the debut is filled with layers of keyboard samples and sounds played or sampled by the versatile musician and respective guests.

A self-taught drummer from Northeastern Pennsylvania John Morgan Kimock pairs naturally with keyboard player Angelo Miraglia – a musician he has been playing with since childhood. Together the duo has been working behind the scenes at venues across the country (in tow with SKB and ZERO) while learning the ropes of touring and the craft of writing intelligent music. Together, the side project will offer a large scope of instrumental material while incorporating the latest in live mixing technology.

The Kind Killers cinematic approach to instrumental composition reflects their love for good cheer and evokes passionate moods that will leave you wanting more of a feeling "you can't explain." The band sites influences that range from The Books, Steve Kimock, Lymbyc Systym, among others – however on first listen you can hear a more youthful, yet refined presence in the music that lends to a fresh sound and style that is all their own.

Kind Killers tour dates
11/20/07 The Mint Los Angeles, CA
11/23/07 Mojito San Francisco, CA
11/25/07 12 Galaxies San Francisco, CA

[Published on: 11/16/07]

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shackca starstarstarstarstar Fri 11/16/2007 01:21PM
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cool, I've watched John Morgan grow up when he was that cute little kid playing drum kit next to Greg Anton at Zero shows in the 90's. Than exploded last yr on Jam Cruise playing with dad and George Porter. Good luck John Morgan creating your own identity away from Dad!!!

wraugustus1 starstarstarstarstar Fri 11/16/2007 04:28PM
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Sweet!! Although I haven't been fortunate enough to catch any Kimock live, I can only wish the best to the both of them! I just started getting into Zero and SKB about 2 or 3 years ago, and have been able to hear John Morgan progress with Zero in that short amount of time. Unlimited potential and best of luck to John Morgan and his Pops, the most underrated guitar player that has ever blessed my ears!

spitz66 starstarstarstarstar Sat 11/17/2007 09:54AM
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I really like John Kimocks stuff - sounds a lot like two of my favorite bands (jfjo and the duo) especially the duo. Almosts sounds a little too similar but I still think its great.

briank67 Sat 11/17/2007 10:33AM
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nice, this stuff sounds cool.

skbarchives starstarstarstarstar Sun 11/18/2007 10:04PM
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Right On Johnny!!!!

leepnstof Tue 11/20/2007 08:24AM
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Come back to Kutztown Johnny!!

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thats really cool. to be a awesome musicians son. Having Kimocks help and guidance would be soo neat! Its cool too, he is doing his own style.

Instead of Devon Allman, who is cool too, but his music is more closely related to his fathers in that its southern blues rock. peace out.