Damon Aaron is a triple threat -- a singer/songwriter/producer -- but he's a perfectionist, too. That's part of the reason it took this "soul-folk" singer 14 years to finally issue his full-length debut. Another reason is that Aaron is much in demand as a sideman. Divine Styler, Breakestra, DJ Nobody, and I-Wolf have all employed him, but this electronica/alternative rap background doesn't give a hint of Aaron's acoustic side. Appearances on compilations like Dublab Presents: Freeways and Loosegroove's Funky Precedent have given listeners a taste of Aaron's Nick Drake meets Oval meets Anticon sound, as did his 2003 EP, Cymbidium. The Plug Research label had the honor of issuing Aaron's full-length debut, Ballast, in May of 2005. Highlands, for Ubiquity, followed three years later. ~ David JeffriesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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