K15 & Emerson are Profusion on “Flying/Where Do I Begin?” [Audio]


London based artists K12 and Emerson forged a partnership during the days of Myspace but didn’t embark on an actual project together until 2017 with forthcoming album, “Where Do I Begin?” K12 spent time producing on solo projects with Wild Oats and WotNot Music labels, taking his cues from from jazz, soul, hip hop, house, techno, and broken beat. Under the moniker of Culross Close, K12 was also a resident DJ at London’s Jazz Cafe. In 2015 he produced the WU15 project, alongside Henry Wu, a project that cemented his status as part of London’s Now-School. Emerson, likewise, afforded his skills to singing, songwriting, DJing under the moniker of Ed Nice, and was the front-man for soul-jazz groups LifeSize, The One, and Saturn’s Children on releases for BBE and Tokyo Dawn record labels.

Profusion, meaning an abundance of something rich, twists neo-soul sonics with synths that drift across warm basslines, with rich vocals, and neck-snapping beats reminiscent of the London Broken Beat explosion of the early 2000s. Check out the debut single “Flying/Where Do I Begin?” below and head over to their Bandcamp to purchase set to release May 7th.

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