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Boomkat Product Review:
London’s pivotal jazz player and producer Kamaal Williams shows off his record collection for DJ-Kicks
No skimping on the tracklist here, as Williams runs down 29 joints linking rugged London jams from Lord Tusk, Seiji and Hardhouse Banton alongside soul from Steve Spacek, deep jazz house by Tenderlonious and Steven Julien, a brilliant broken beat garage winner in Phil Asher’s ‘Peace and Love’s Comin’, and Dego’s devilish ‘Nuts’, among many, many others.
For anyone below the age 35, this is essentially what every bar and club in Manchester that wasn’t doing hard dance music, “electroclash” or rock music, sounded a lot like circa 2002. Granted though, Williams is picking the cream of that crop here.