It's arrived! We're proud to announce the seventh studio album HA! by British beatmaker Jon Kennedy via his always impressive eponymous imprint. The smoky "Twilight" gets the LP off to a fine start, with some dope Jazzmatazz styled vibes happening. Kennedy then delves deeper (and darker) into the night on killer jams like "Burn Me", a live junglist stepper, balanced out by 'liquid' elements reminiscent of LTJ Bukem. Similarly, "Iron Lung" is undeniably a tribute of sorts to his former stomping ground: Bristol. Here he goes for a modern reinterpretation of drum and bass via deep dubstep: this one will get those lighters in the air, for sure! Elsewhere, he proves that he doesn't only appeal to the new generation; as the smooth and sultry nu-jazz of "Slave To The TV" proves. We must also mention the collaborations: Birmingham songstress Deirdre Gaddis lends her smooth as silk vocals to the exotic/psychedelically blunted groove of "More Things Change" while the straight talking Preacherman waxes lyrical on the state of things over the block rockin' beats of "Heaven". A fine selection of late night tales courtesy of Kennedy & Co. that will enrapture you from start to finish.
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