Fresh from recording DJ mixes for Radio 1, Kiss FM and delivering his much-lauded debut Essential Mix, KDA releases the final track from the eagerly anticipated ‘Drip Feed’ EP; ‘No One Watching Over Me’ feat. Saint Saviour). Across each of the 5 tracks, KDA’s ‘Drip Feed’ EP is stacked high with his signature mechanized momentum that has seen all of his records find the perfect balance between rigor and raucousness, providing a soundtrack to this summer’s dancefloors from DC10 to fabric via Watergate and beyond.

Indicating his respect for not only the complexity of House music’s rich history but also the demands of its dance floors, KDA’s latest output covers a varying pace with ‘NYC’ featuring the iconic performance artist and frequent David LaChapelle muse, Amanda Lepore. With title track ‘Drip Feed’ showcasing the fast-moving and frenetically charged side of his sound, each of the tracks encompass the spirit and essence of KDA’s formative years spent on London’s club scene.

Bumpin’ house elements show themselves with ‘Sex Magick’, whilst pacier breakbeat influences are laid bare across ‘Scars’ along with the pitch perfect introspective melancholy of Waterson’s vocals. Rounding off the EP is ‘No One Watching Over Me’, featuring snippets of ethereal queen Saint Saviour.

Having stormed the ‘Cool Cuts’ chart with support for the EP coming from the likes of Annie Mac, Danny Howard, Nemone and the Ashton Shuffle at radio, the likes of Seth Troxler, Nicole Moudaber, Joris Voorn, and Danny Tenaglia have all supported at club level.

KDA’s ‘Drip Feed’ EP shows us not only that he knows what great dance music sounds like, but also delivers definitive proof that he can consistently produce it himself.

KDA ‘Drip Feed’ EP is out now via The 35 Records/ [PIAS]

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