Kenny Larkin - RA.EX020 Kenny Larkin album FLAC
Music, to be quite honest, only took hold in Kenny Larkin's life because his fledgling stand-up career didn't take off in the way that he had hoped. The Detroit DJ/producer moved to California in the early '00s to trade strobe light for spotlight. It's not hard to blame him. Often forgotten behind the bigger names of Detroit's second wave, it seemingly took a well-timed reissue of early work from Rush Hour and an excellent new full-length for Planet E in 2008 for audiences to realize the breadth of his catalogue and his continued relevance.
The album was haild by European and . press as one of the most original techno albums to date. 1995 was a very productive and busy year for Kenny. He was voted by 'Metro Times' as Best Techno Artist, he just completed building a state of the art 24 track digital recording studio/office to run his record label, he released his 2nd album, entitled 'Metaphor', which received critical acclaimed from the press and music magazines from all over the world, and he toured extensively dee jaying and playing
Kenny Larkin - Kenny Larkin Slow Burner DJ Mix Recorded 2012 in the be. .Kenny Larkin - 02 Kenny Larkin Classics 2 Mix. 26K plays26K. Kenny Larkin - Kenny Larkin Classics Mix 1 (1998) my only friend, the end. Latest tracks by Kenny Larkin. To most electronic music aficionados, Detroit native Kenny Larkin is a man who needs no introduction. His impressive 20-year history of creating arguably some of the most timeless, soulful techno ever created, is unquestionable
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Kenny Larkin (who also releases as Dark Comedy) is an American techno producer from Detroit. Larkin was born in 1968 and raised in Detroit, but did not participate in the early years of Detroit techno because he was serving in the military. Upon his return, he began producing, influenced by Juan Atkins and Derrick May, as well as the Chicago house music scene.
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- Interviewee – Kenny Larkin
- Interviewer – Todd L Burns*