FKJ – Vincent

A warming, pan-genre blend...

FKJ’s second album 'Vincent' is a much-anticipated blend of intricate details bleeding together to create a genre-fluid sound that forces a listener to both seep into the songs but also pay full attention to the complex technicalities that dance throughout each track.

Unlike previous releases, Vincent begins to veer into more rock influences with tracks such as Greener beginning with a hearty guitar whining before the introduction of Santana’s calming vocals.

With features from Toro Y Moi, Little Dragon, Santana and his partner ((( O ))), FKJ seemingless wades through the genres of neo-soul, jazz and electronica.

7/10

Words: Abbie Aitken

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