Kids Make a Sound Deliver Experiment with Styles and Sound

Jam Rock with an Avant-Garde Twist with Latest Release KMS

Moscow, Russia – April 23, 2019 – Russian rockers Kids Make a Sound are doing things their own way with an improvisational style that has led to a fantastic, experimental sound that is both avant-garde and jam rock all in one on their latest 2019 release, KMS.

As with their past releases, KMS was a brought to live by Dmitriy Fedotov (vocals, bass), Natalia Ivanova (guitar, vocals), and Ira Tsarman (drums). Kids Make a Sound has been able to showcase their own unique stamp on the music scene since the release of their debut in 2014. Five years later and two albums behind them they’re back in 2019 with KMS. Their second studio album has taken their signature jam rock meets avant-garde style and turned up the volume on the creativity on songs such as “Unspeakable Words,” “Play the Strangest Music in the World,” and “It’s Chaos.” It’s those jazz elements mixed with rock that really takes things to the next level.

The road to Kids Make a Sound started a decade ago when Dmitriy found himself at the end of his days with his punk band. He’d left one world behind but was far from being done with music. It was then that he started learning about music improvisation. After some time, the pieces started to fall into place. He connected with Natalia and Ira, and soon enough they were touring, recording, and appearing on TV in support of Dmitriy’s father, a former notable Russian actor.

Kids Make a Sound has performed throughout Russia; Moscow, Kiev, Odessa, Sevastopol, Mangup Kale, Simferopol, Alushya, Koktebel, Bol’shoy Utrish, Rostov-na-Donu, Stavropol. They’re currently working on new dates in support of KMS. Those interested in featuring or reviewing KMS, or interviewing Kids Make a Sound on their site, show, or podcast can reach out via the information provided below.


Moscow band Kids Make a Sound produce improvisational sounds that move listeners through different musical styles from classic and ethnic to alternative and jazz. Their main idea is to keep the child’s weltanschauung (world view) and infinity of new experience of life. They also convey emotions to their listeners with jazz structure’s cooked in heavy metal riffs.

Kids Make a Sound
Dmitriy Vyacheslavovich Fedotov
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