artworks-000114909907-tvzryv-t500x500Here’s a great new 7” single release from London’s Kiko Bun (Federico Marin), a short and to-the-point reggae song with a retro feel. Recorded in New York, its location allowed the involvement of Ticklah – associate of the Easy Star All Stars – at the production desk and he adds a characteristically busy and deep bass-oriented sound. This is especially evident on the ‘B’ side – ‘Where I’m From (I Remember How to Dub)’ – where the dub sound is set free to follow the rhythm wherever it goes. It’s a song that is bound to be revisited and remixed as time goes on, as is already evident in the Tom Misch remix which transforms a neat reggae tune into something more akin to jazz.

View footage of Kiko Bun and Ticklah in the studio:

Kiko Bun: Where I’m From, released vinyl/DDL on Island label.

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