Kenneth G is seldom associated with the lazy club banger these days. Already a returning champion to Spinnin Records and its various offshoots, his inauguration to Bingo Player’s Hysteria imprint was always going to be an interesting one on the grounds of his wandering studio persuasions that have proven far more bountiful than anyone could have predicted.
As a significantly minimalistic bout of high-end stabs and dulcet rhythmic drones, the simplicity of this unobtrusive endeavour into the realms of the early-doors anthem is a strong asset to the already ornamented Dutch talent. Rising with solid acid-esque grooves and diving with a clear cut vision of definitively convergent energy, taking a step back from the maximalistic attitude that has overrun Kenneth’s home country has invariably paid off.
As fluidly composed as it is strangely tantalizing, Kenneth G may not be pushing a peak-time persuasion onto the cards with ‘Bazinga’, but his fresh-faced audacity is commendable at a time when stepping back from the crowd can prove the essential winning streak.