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Kowloon ‘Come Over’ : And with his songs, he delights with a touch of subtlety and class, you’d hope.

Kowloon

Dancing on the side of right. Dancing on the left side of the coffee table. It’s what you do. And you smirk a bit, as you groove to the single ‘Come Over’. No one is here to judge you. You know that. And as you think of how you’ll caress, your urge for some lovin’, explodes.

Said Kowloon: “This is a dance song for the bedroom. It is a call for the salvation of another’s touch – a desperate and danceable cry for companionship from the depths of the loneliest summer of our lives. Disco drums and an irresistibly bouncing bass line anchor the track, joined by gentle synth, a forlorn and cello-like slide guitar, and a cool and aching vocal.”

Kowloon is a musician and filmmaker from Los Angeles, California, doing his thang – doing his grooviest. And with his songs, he delights with a touch of subtlety and class, you’d hope.

Now, you’re acquainted with Kowloon, your hopes become expectations.

Let’s dig with the goodness of Kowloon.

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