Boasting a CV that would leave most aspiring artists weak at the knees, young North Londoner David Kennedy, who operates under several monikers including Pearson Sound and Ramadanman, has been steadily adding accomplishments to his already substantial list since hitting the scene in 2006. Kennedy has dropped a slew of 12”s on game-changing bass music labels like Swamp ’81, Hemlock, Aus, Applepips and Soul Jazz, as well as on his very own Hessle Audio - which he runs alongside friends Ben UFO and Pangaea. The small imprint, which has so far left a very big mark, was started in the Hyde Park area of Leeds and has released singles from the likes of Joe, James Blake and Untold.

Edited by battgrrl on 18 Mar 2011, 08:11

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