New Jackson: “Having A Coke With You”

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November 19th, 2014
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Irish musician/producer David Kitt, aka New Jackson, is someone we’ve been following for a good while now. With a handful of top-notch releases for John Talabot’s label Hivern Discs, Major Problems, and Permanent Vacation, not to mention his remixes for The xx and Mano Le Tough, New Jackson has proven himself capable of delivering quality tracks. The last time we heard from him was back in March, when he released a great four-track EP “Made It Mine”, his debut release for one of Munich’s finest labels Permanent Vacation.

Now, he’s back to the same label with his second EP of the year, a three-track offering called “Having A Coke With You”. Inspired by the Frank O’Hara poem of the same name, the EPs title track is a gorgeous Balearic-tinged house tune that clocks in at over 10-minutes. It’s effortlessly smooth, mellow, and dreamy. Pure class! You can also hear Frank O´Hara himself reading his poem “Having A Coke With You”. Give it a spin above, and drift away.

New Jackson’s “Having A Coke With You” EP is out now on vinyl on Permanent Vacation.
Pick up your 12” here.

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New Jackson: “Sat Around Here Waiting”

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February 15th, 2013
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From a studio near the sea, Dublin’s David Kitt continues his New Jackson adventures, making nocturnal house jams with a ghostly disco tint. After releasing the solid “The Night Mail” EP on local label Pogo Recordings in 2011, New Jackson returns with his gorgeous debut release “Sat Around Here Waiting” for John Talabot’s label, Hivern Discs. His new 12” also features two remixes by Fort Romeau and Pional. Give “Sat Around Here Waiting” a spin above, and shoot out the lights.

New Jackson’s new 12″, “Sat Around Here Waiting” EP, will be released on March 4th.

We suggest you revisit New Jackson’s cool animated video for his great tune “The Night Mail”, directed by Fergal Brennan.

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