The continued popification of Kero One goes unabated, for another album at least. Color Theory is the jazz-hopper’s forth album and is definetly worth a listen if you’re a fan of Kinetic World or his earlier stuff. Here’s the street art influenced video for “Shortcuts”, featuring vocals by Sam Ock.
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We kick off our final week of Best of 2011 coverage with our Top 10 Free Downloads of the Year.
We’ve always been massive fans of Kero One. In fact his 2010 release, Kinetic World, was the first thing we ever reviewed on Lesson Six. But for those not familiar with the bay’s very own Jazz rapper, Kero One has just released The Catch Up. It’s a free best of, featuring must have tracks from his first three albums along with a couple of rare tracks and remixes thrown in for good measure. So if you’re not familiar, you have no reason why not… download it
Better late then never, here’s the video from 2009′s Early Believers.
Apparently this track will only be free for a limited time so pick up some decent Kero One (essentially a remix of “Keep It Alive”). Production by Green Tea.
We’re never ones to miss out on an opportunity and despite being towards the tail end of the summer, we couldn’t bear the thought of not making this post. At the core of the site is good music. Good music that we want to share with you. Now if someone can tell me a better way to share music than mixtapes, I’d like to know. So without further ado, here is the first ever Lesson Six Mix Tape, our Soundtrack To The Summer.
Another Monday, another six choices from the Lesson Six playlist. If you’re new to the site, every Monday we post six tracks we’ve been listening too recently. Now this doesn’t mean that they’re new, in fact it normally means the opposite, but they’re all decent.
We’re just entering our second week. Thanks for the support so far guys, we really appreciate it. As a reward, we’re going to carry on our weekly features as planned! The 2nd weekly top six is here. Remember, this is what we’ve been listening to personally and not anything respective of sales or new releases.
Welcome to the first in a weekly feature here on Lesson Six. It’s pretty straight forward, a weekly top six of what we’ve been listening to. It doesn’t have to be current, it just has to be on the playlist. So let’s get down to it