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Boomkat Product Review:
Virginia’s DJ Harrison strolls up on Stones throw with a neo-soulful follow-up to his 2017 album, channelling ‘Voodoo’-era D’Angelo on a dedication to his native deep south and its troubled history, ft. guest spots by Pink Siifu, Billy Mercury, and Nigel Hall
Three years in the works, ‘Tales from the Old Dominion’ parses multiple eras of deep south soul for traces of gold strewn across its 17 tracks. It’s DJ Harrison’s concerted attempt to make peace with the past, summoning ghosts of “soulful gothic folk, futuristic disco, breakbeats and rubbery baselines, spaced-out hip hop” into a potent moonshine brew of timeless vibes, spinning centuries of Black pain into something positive and heartical. Run go check the syrupy flex on ‘City Lights’, the cinematic settings and soul-ache of ‘Hell on Earth’, bustling deep disco boogie in ‘2021 Disco’, burnished late night feels of ‘Kawai Voyage’ and Theo-esque blues swag of ‘First Date’.