b. Stockport, Lancashire, Britain. This DJ/drummer was affected by his parents’ fascination with music, notably the interesting combination of Peter Frampton, David Essex, Kiss and AC/DC. He started his own private trip into music in his teenagers, resulting in his first encounters of hip-hop through Run-DMC and Tone-Loc. After pestering his dad he were able to get yourself a snare drum, and effort performing a paper circular enabled him to get a full package. Feeling restricted from the confines of formal drum lessons, Kennedy began to jam while hearing his favourite tracks, a quality that he later on put to great use within his documenting technique. After spending a while in local organizations, Kennedy setup his personal mini-studio and started recording like a one-man music group. His stated concern is to ensure that his music translates well for the live stage, to really write songs rather than to rely seriously on banking institutions of synthesizers or several computer systems. His live set-up frequently features Kennedy (drums), associated with his sibling on classical guitar, college friend Ben Thomas (bass), Bernard Moss (flute/alto saxophone), and Naomi (keyboards). Carrying out a low-key debut (We’re Simply LOOKING FORWARD TO You) for the Tru Thoughts label in 2001, Kennedy authorized with Grand Central Information for the follow-up, 2003’s Consider My Drum To Britain. Building over the loose-limbed, soulful hip-hop of his debut, Kennedy created an excellent collection.