You can’t fake the kind of effortless cool that Kinder seem to radiate. Whether that’s through their dancefloor-slaying sets or their effortless sense of style, sisters Savannah and Briony Osei make an impact that leaves a lasting impression.
Growing up in Maitland in NSW, the sisters come from a strong musical pedigree. Their mother, herself a singer, started them on an aural diet of her classic vinyl from an early age, inspiring Savannah to pick up both piano and guitar and both sisters to begin writing music before they hit their teens. Once they both turned 18, Savannah and Briony pursued their interest in electronic music and began DJing for friends’ birthday parties and in the clubs around Bathurst where Briony went to university.
Their diverse range of musical influences, from Lorde to The Cure, Fleetwood Mac to Peking Duk, is clear in their track selection, dabbling in G-House, Vocal House and Tech House – these ladies can play from sunset to sunrise and never have a dancefloor empty. This fact has clearly not gone unnoticed, and Kinder have recently played at a number of festivals, including This That (2015/16), Mountain Sounds (2016/17), Groovin’ The Moo & The Plot.
In addition to their musical prowess, Kinder have built many relationships in the fashion scene as people look to harness their incredible style and fashion prowess. This has seen them recently work with General Pants Co, Nike, Tree of Life and Coco Fields.
Currently working on an EP set for release in 2017, and with a stack of other exciting projects in the pipeline, how can Kinder be so cool but bring so much heat?