Boomkat Product Review:
**Dusted, downbeat and experimental Hip Hop instrumentals for the Brainfeeder heads** "KONE follwos closely on the heels of his well-received debut album The Tractatus with this EP, titled Legend Days. It is a return to a time before mankind altered the Earth's destiny permanently, when it was just the gods and the wind and water and the land… Musically, it reflects this sort of forward regression as well. The beats are stripped down and hard-hitting. It is experimental and primal. It continues to explore remote pockets of the global music sphere, drawing influence from Polish psyche to the folk music of Uzbekistan. It is a celebration of all things indigenous. And yet it's still KONE music through and through. The drums crack harder than ever, the dirty basslines firmly remind you of the rock you are standing on, and the lead synth lines sound like experiments with saws and sines and faulty wiring. It is rumoured that KONE sprinkled sand in all his equipments to get these particular sounds."