Kidstreet (band)

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Kidstreet at Hillside 2011.jpg
Kidstreet performing at the 2011 Hillside Festival
Background information
Origin Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Genres Electronica
Years active 2007 (2007)–present
Labels Nettwerk
Members Karl Snyder
Cliff Snyder
Edna Snyder

Kidstreet is a Canadian electronica trio formed in 2007 in Waterloo, Canada. The band is composed of two brothers and one sister: Karl Snyder on drums, Cliff Snyder on synth and guitar, and younger sister Edna Snyder on piano and vocals. The trio have a unique form of synth-pop.[1] The band signed with Nettwerk in 2010.[2] Kidstreet have since signed a major licensing deal with Ford. The staccato piano from their song (simply titled "Song") backs the car-maker’s latest TV spot as well as Apple's MacBook Pro with retina display TV Spot. [3] Onstage, the band blends electronic elements with live drums, vocals, guitar and synths. They have toured with fellow Canadian artists Dragonette, Mother Mother, Thunderheist and Rich Aucoin[4] as well as international artists Girl Talk[5] and Health. They performed at the 2011 Canadian Music Week.[6]


  • 2011 X EP
  • 2011 "Birthday Boy - Single" Single
  • 2011 "Never Coming Back - Single" Single
  • 2011 Fuh Yeah
  • 2012 "Song - Single" Single [This song was first used in Ford's 2009 commercials, followed by most of their 2011 commercials. In 2012, Apple also took this song for their MacBook Pro commercial video.]


  1. ^ CBC Radio 3 " Archived 2016-03-01 at the Wayback Machine." Retrieved 2011-5-17
  2. ^ Nettwerk Music Group "" Retrieved 2011-5-18
  3. ^ NME Ford Resolutions Commercial Ft. Kidstreet "" Posted 2011-5-7 Retrieved 2011-5-18
  4. ^ Rich Aucoin Tour Dates "" Posted 2011-1-27 Retrieved 2011-5-18
  5. ^ Exclaim! Kidstreet Plot Canadian Tour Dates "" Posted 2010-6-7 Retrieved 2011-5-18
  6. ^ Exclaim! Kidstreet at CMW "" Posted 2011-3-14 Retrieved 2011-5-18

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