Release date: 03/03/1998
Genre: Electronic, Pop
Kenric McDowell is thoughtful and wonderfully creative in combining sounds, samples and moods to make just the right impression. Once he gets an idea in motion, whether to drop in a self-conscious Sugargliders (Sarah) or My Bloody Valentine sample (creating a theme song for the group of artists from Little Darla Vol. 8 that one Indie Pop List member coined "the MBV school of drum & bass") or to make a track for Djs to mix on the floor there's no stopping til it's perfected, even if it means an all-nighter. And one can frequently find Junior Varsity km playing out in the San Francisco Bay Area with his peer group of young electronic music kids; kids in it not for drugs and glamour, but rather for the pure thrill of building on and pushing the limits of their own musical styles.
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