Equally perfect to stick on as you relax deep into the evening, with possibly a glass of wine to hand.
This is Ketsa, a Londoner Dominic Giam who produces rather fine electronica for the more classical ear, mixing jazz influences with rolling beats and all round glitch-iness that is not a million miles off Four Tet, Funki Porcini, and Minotaur Shock.
Listening to ‘Al Kemet’ at times also had me recalling this 2002 LP on Domino. Perfect listening while sitting on the bus at rush hour watching endless people and cars shuffle by as if a kind of soundtrack to daily life. Equally perfect to stick on as you relax deep into the evening, with possibly a glass of wine to hand.
A rather fine record and cleverly produced that is also not one-dimensional or lacking in emotion. Recommended.
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