Kieran May, known as Thenticy, is an experimental beats producer, visual artist and writer, located in Bristol, United Kingdom.
His brand of electronic music is constantly pushing boundaries within his allocated genres. Experimental in nature, he incorporates strong elements of dubstep, breakbeat and downtempo into his sound. Hypnotically chopped vocal samples, looming synths and glitched percussion are frequently present in his atmospheric pieces.
Visually, his imagery ties perfectly into his musical works. Almost always dark, full of inconsistent symmetry and odd geometrics, you will most likely have a hard time deciphering what you’re looking at. Of course, that is part of the beauty of his artistry, a sense of confusion and shadowiness that may leave you feeling uneasy when you admire it long enough.
Apart from his auditory and photographic creations, Kieran is a writer over at Rendah Mag, a beats, halftime and future bass magazine. Here, he is found updating the public on various music releases within the allocated genres, as well as providing in-depth reviews of said projects.
Once you dive into his work, Thenticy has a tendency to stick with you. His mind-bending experimentation in his sounds and graphics will invoke a strong ambiance every time, and his informed musical tastes will expand your library.