Kyla La Grange
Kyla La Grange, part South-African and part Zimbabwean, was born in Watford, London. Kyla won a place at Cambridge University, where she studied Philosophy.
Her first official release was 'Walk Through Walls' through Noir records (March 2011), followed by another 7" via Chess club, 'Been Better' (July 2011). A further double A-side was released via the same label on October, ‘Heavy Stone’ | ’Lambs’ to round up the year.
An alternative version of ‘Walk Through Walls’ produced by Ian Grimble and Kev Jones (Communion Records) was included on Mojo's July 2011 free CD . A free download remixed version of 'Lambs' by Leopard of Honour supported the launch of the single.
Her first album 'Ashes' was released on 30 July 2012 through ioki records/Sony, preceded by a re-release of ‘Walk Through Walls’ on July 23rd. 'Ashes' was produced by Brett Shaw at 123 Studios in East London, with two tracks produced by Marky Bates. The 'Deluxe Edition' included three extra songs 'Love you better’, 'Walk’ and The River’.