The track “Key to life” has a very unique profile to it. It has a nice mellow laid back attitude all over that relaxes the listener with just the right amount of bass and tempo ideal for those long commutes or days in which you just want to unwind.
Every syllable starts as its very own authoritative explanation with dug out bass tones coming together in the epicentre, bit by bit working together in unison. Once consolidated, the components of “Key to life” sort out faultlessly, delightfully showing a darker subject for Kauf, as he focuses on the sugarcoated dangers we got as kids, and the absence of representation kids still battle with today. This track is an excellent example of this unique LA musician.
After the accomplishment of the past records such as “Through The Yard” and “A Ruin”, both of which together made it to the Hype Machine’s Top 10 and was actively featured on networks such as BBC 1, as well as KCRW with support from experts like Vōx, Your Friend and others such as Clara-Nova, Kauf appears to be well prepared for a promising future ahead. You can follow him on his website, Soundcloud, Facebook and Twitter.