An outspoken voice in the normally non-confrontational world of electronic
dance music, Moodymann (Kenny Dixon Jr.) is committed to keeping a
distinctly black imprint on techno and house.
Moodymann worked at several Detroit record stores in the mid-nineties
including a store owned by producer Blake Baxter. During the mid-nineties
Kenny was also the resident DJ at the Detroit based Outcast Motorcycle
Club. At that time he was known as "House". After his first several
releases on Planet E Records Kenny became quite popular in France and from
there his popularity grew.
Moodymann sound is a hybrid form of techno/house dance music arrived at via
innovative use of reworked riffs, samples and grooves. While he may
frustrate people with his refusal to be interviewed and insistence on
reminding p... Bio | read more