Interview : Kin

Kin

Although the day was very sunny, a chilly gust roamed the streets of that cradle of music and fashion, Manchester.

A whole essay could be written about the many types of genres melting together in this city and the focus today is on an artist that takes from several genres and blends them together into a good mix.

Appropriately enough, the interview is carried in a pub/café. After a quick chat outside Vintage Vinyl (the downfall of my wallet), the lovely KiN takes me to a nearby place, which, oddly enough, looks like that pub where Shaun Ryder shoots a gun at a mirror to scare off Tony Wilson (or Steve Coogan’s version of him).

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