An architect of the contemporary Wild West, American musician KSET composes cinematic trap in the dusty hills of San Francisco. His music is worldly, warm, introspective and reminiscent of Portishead, Emancipator, and Ennio Morricone. KSET makes memory music. It’s about how simple things are more complex upon closer inspection. It’s about natural ghosts in strange spaces and is the result of several years of studying the emerging global trap genre and finding a place in it. It is a mix of both powerful emotions and cinematic imagery.