As you'd expect it's a good, solid set from Kenny, not spectacular in a search for podium moments but gaining respect with every hearing. Rare cuts abound, from the Stockholm producer Aril Brikka to Brother Of Soul. Brikka's closing 'Habotvatt' is peak time fodder, whilst Hawkes himself turns in a great remix of Mary's 'It's Over', very hummable. More familiar to house heads perhaps will be Clyde's 'Serve It Up', here in a Brooks Hiphouse guise, plus Annie's vocal on 'I Will Get On', the Joshua mix included here.
However this mix is better heard as a whole unit, with the nocturnal house grooves casting their hypnotic spell. Perfect as a warm-up CD, or a set to extend the night.