For the 180th release of Estribo Records, we have “Don´t Wanna Go Home EP” by Kenny Kelly.
Kenny Kelly was born on a small island in the Caribbean called Aruba. In his teens he began to be interested in music, influenced by his brother who is a professional drummer.
Then he started mixing electronic music and after a few years decided to start producing his music.
Kenny has participated in all editions of the Electric Festival as well as Love Festival in Aruba.
In addition to being a resident DJ in the mythical Olde Molen room in Aruba, he also created a name as an artist being a strong reference for the After movement on the island.
Then he moved to Madrid, where he began to produce and expand his career as an artist, until he achieved the desired inspiration and sound.
So, after a few months of starting his career as a producer, he signed his first tracks on the Estribo and Mystic Carousel Records labels.
The first release “Don’t Wanna Go Home EP” has a release date for Feb 13, 2020, on major platforms such as Spotify, Beatport and Itunes.
Also, this first EP is composed of three cuts, two original mix by Kenny Kelly and a remix by Jorick Croes.
The original title track Don’t Wanna Go Home gives off its own character from the first moment. It’s hypnotic and dark rhythm immerses you in a journey that is skillfully complemented by a female vocal and Synth stabs throughout its development.
The track No Joda, emanates a hypnotic melodic Deep Tech cut, where the song of a woman in Spanish creates an enigmatic atmosphere.
Finally, Jerick Croes chooses to take the track to more minimalist and purist frequencies, leaving his characteristic sound very present in this remix.
Undoubtedly, 3 quality cuts of Minimal and Deep Tech in a hypnotic and dark range, an essential EP for djs lovers of the genre.
In addition to this release, Kenny Kelly has confirmed two EPs by the end of Feb and the beginning of March 2020.
We also take the opportunity to invite you to listen and enjoy the session that Kenny Kelly recorded exclusively for Valetronic.
Credits: Kenny kelly Music