Boomkat Product Review:
Bringing vibes for days, if not decades, Peacefrog with a first ever vinyl reissue of Moodymann’s Silence In The Secret Garden  to slake the thirst of DJs and dancers the world over.
Slotting between Forevernevermore  and Black Mahogani  in the scheme of things, KDJ’s 4th album is a peerless distillation of Detroit house DNA and party flavours, working a masterful balance of simmering house party funk and technoid depth that could really only come from one man and the city he reps.
Party-building aces such as People share space with rolling deep techno works such as On My Way Home, and rugged club abstractions like Silence in The Secret Garden hold ground beside sultry Afro-Latin numbers like Yesterdays Party Watta Bout It, demonstrating it’s all part of the same thing in a way that KDJ has exemplified for over 20 years.
Cop on sight!