Reminiscing on the golden age of drum & bass with this record on the 25th anniversary of the DJ-Kicks series.
African world music meets afro-futurism. The essence of this tradicional instruments meet booty shake electronics shows well in the track Sohaa Gb3k3 – that’s a favorite, hilarious but in a good way.
Downtempo electronic music with a lot of soul. Also, beautiful cover. I haven’t been following !K7 for quite a while and it’s nice to see their logo again.
Listen to this the day after a good techno party. Gives some great flashbacks, gets body moving.
Hugely satisfying and absolutely relaxed mix of tracks through the hiphop-soul-groovy-nujazz axis. This is why I listen to good selections like the DJ Kicks or Late Night Tales releases in the first place. I mean not the specific genre but the top-notch selection.
A totally usual and casual nu-jazz album, like it’s 2004, the high times of Dzihan & Kamien, Jazzanova, Herbert et al. And !K7 still lives this era by releasing such a record in 2015.