Idiosyncrasy is key, and in an era increasing musical vapidity, so are taking risks. Luckily, there are artists like .
Kenny’s risks and f-kilter style are helping pave the way for a zany breed post-EDM. With a style that’s akin to a new age the flock, both prolific and distinct in his deliverances, Kenny’s a most fervent addition to the bass and funk house sphere. It’s safe to say he and the crew are here to stay.
Kenny continues to impress with a bevy releases, following up September’s The Hood EP release with “Seahorses,” exclusively on EDM All Day.
Listeners might recognize Kenny’s effervescent sampling or have heard the number dropped at recently. A choice sampling Dan Deacon’s viral “” video — better known as in which a lizard is locked in a closet “tripping on acid” — is a sound move.
It’s a bass-brimming track that aligns Kenny with a sphere internet heads and keen booty-shakers alike, but it also ensures that everybody on the floor will have one thing in mind: “Seahorses, Forever.”
“Seahorses” is the title-track f Billy Kenny’s forthcoming EP which is set for release on This Ain’t Bristol February 23.