Don’t be afraid of the rhythm. Lose yourself to the power of Perfecto. Just feel the groove, close your eyes, and shake your hips. It’s a dance revolution. Perfecto: attacking the mic like the funky spawn of Snap, C&C Music Factory, and Technotronic. Not even Ya Kid K could ever get this low.
The path to self-discovery lies on the dance floor. Setting it off are your party-starters, Kenny Dennis (The KDz) and Ders. Chromatic funk comes courtesy of producer, DJ Rafal (AKA Larold Stevens). This is the hip-house crew that took the mid-western mall circuit by storm. You learned about their rise on the KD LP III record; now you can hear them shining like a Mercedes.
It all fits into the bleak funhouse saga of Serengeti. Sometimes, the critically revered Chicagoan collaborated with Yoni Wolf (WHY?) or Sufjan Stevens. Sometimes, he works with Open Mike Eagle or Odd Nosdam. Over the final chapters of the Kenny Dennis chronicles, his co-pilot is Anders Holm (“Ders”) of Workaholics.