|1||Can I Sing With You? (Ft. Sidi I.B.)||4:07|
|2||No Hay Pescado (Ft. Sidi I.B., El Latigazo & Mame Samba)||3:45|
|3||Neuron Landfill (Vertedero de Nueronas)||3:04|
|5||The Light Mandem Forward (Ft. Kiki Hitomi w/ Javier Afonso)||4:58|
|6||Guidance & Healing (Ft. Mame Samba)||3:38|
|7||Monsanto (Ft. Troy Harkin)||2:30|
|8||Mike Input at Loud Speakers Corner||2:58|
|9||Bus Meter (Ft. Zeeteah & Sidi I.B.)||3:27|
|10||Assuage No.9 (Ft. Zeeteah)||3:00|
|11||Hey Zeus Man Dear||4:08|
Helmed by Dave Watts aka D.WattsRiot (Fun-da-mental), the debut KingL Man album, ‘Headonix’ is beat-laden shout out in response to the perpetual state of war we seem to find ourselves at. Outrage and disgust, love and hate, history and presence. Contributions come from four continents.
Fresh on the scene is Senegalese vocalist Sidi I.B., who arrived on Canarian shores with two hundred other compatriots, cold, wet and hungry after seven days at sea with nothing but his future in his hands. Temporarily housed at the infamous migrant holding centre in Las Raíces, Tenerife, the studio environment provided an avenue of relief from the inadequate conditions at the overcrowded camp.
Also from Senegal, living in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, is rapper Ibrahima El Latigazo who delivers his lyrics in French, Wolof, Spanish, English & Sérère. Rounding up the Senegalese contingent is Mame Samba, a group that hold the spirits close when performing. Their contribution is from recording sessions they had with François R. Cambuzat & Gianna Greco (Putan Club / Ifriqiyya Electrique).
Kiki Hitomi (Waq Waq Kingdom/King Midas Sound) returns to the fold, exhaling positivity with Canarian multi-instrumentalist Javier Afonso (Grenouille). The Canarian faction also includes violinist Mónica Viñoly, Dani Garcia (Lagoss/Tupperwear) and Vakawuare. Further guests include percussionist Miroca Paris (Cesária Évora/Madonna); Hamid Mantu (TransGlobal Underground); Ramjac (Dub Colossus), drums and percussion respectively.