Using her initials KLP as her recording and performing alias, the multi-talented Kristy Lee Peters is a singer, songwriter, producer, DJ, and radio personality based in Sydney, Australia. Peters grew up surrounded by music, as her father owned a recording studio and was in several bands as a youth. She began releasing her self-produced songs in 2013, ranging from seductive slow jams to bright yet calmly paced dance-pop. Her Revolution EP appeared in April of that year, and was quickly followed by an EP of house remixes of the title track. She also worked with What So Not, Pnau, DCUP, and others, and received attention from tastemaking DJs such as Diplo. Peters won Australian radio station Triple J's new talent competition Uncovered, and eventually became the host of the station's weekly mix program House Party, spinning a wide array of dance, pop, hip-hop, indie, and the occasional yacht rock oldie.
Solo singles "Decide" and "Medicine" appeared in 2014, and she featured on tracks by Slumberjack, Zimmer, Gold Fields, and many others. She brought her live show to festivals around the globe, including SXSW, Splendour in the Grass, and Field Day. The drum'n'bass-influenced single "Recover" was released in October of 2015, as she worked on writing and producing a second EP. The buoyant single "Air" and a subsequent set of remixes by artists like Hydraulix and Space Cadet arrived in 2016. Later that year KLP delivered her second EP, Ember, followed in 2017 by a pair of brightly hued singles in "Changes" and "Melt." She also featured on Boilermakers' track "Warning Signs" and released a very contemporary update of the Easybeats' 1968 song "Good Times." Her 2018 single "Carried Away" featured Melbourne hip-hop duo Milwaukee Banks. ~ Paul Simpson