New Music…

New Music…

FatKidOnFire’s very own Justify has been banging out a solid selection of tunes with his recent New Music posts. The latest instalment, #21, features more of the new music that’s been keeping us on the vibe. In no particular order, here’s some of the best tunes we’re feeling here at FKOF…

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Thumez‘ ‘Oriental’ [dub]

Another day, another producer we discover making awesome music. Belgium’s Thumez gets our support with ‘Oritental’!

Ollie 303‘s ‘No Machine Fi Sound’ [dub]

Not many words needed for this new one from FKOF fam Ollie 303. Serious music.

HOOdub‘s ‘Tenerte Aqui’ remix [Audiocalligraphy]

HOODub’s ambient 140 remix of the TinyType & Lym original came out on Audiocalligraphy earlier this year, we’re still loving it though. Buy it here.

Shiken vs Niyaz‘s ‘In The Shadow Of Life’ [dub]

Pretty much every ingredient you’d ask for in the perfect recipe; beats, bass and space. Ooft!

Zoobi‘s ‘Bury The Hatchet’ [dub]

Yes. Very much yes!

Dead Room‘s ‘Panic Kernel’ [dub]

‘Panic Kernel’ featured on ‘Data Flow’, a three track EP from Dead Room and Elastica Records designed with the sole use of drum machine, analog synth, and laptop. The name comes precisely from the data processed by the PC received from analogue machines. Buy the EP here.

subject_‘s ‘Spheres’ remix [dub]

Everything we’ve heard from this young producer has been exciting. This new Batu remix is no different. One to watch, without a doubt.

M:Pathy‘s ‘Take The Lead’ rework [Free]


“My submission for ‘Take The Lead’ bootleg competition with Dispatch Recordings & Data Transmission. Giving this away on free download in both mp3 and wav.” Download the freebie here!

Fabricator‘s ‘Dead Man’s Last Words’ [dub]

Absolute madness from Fabricator!

Subreachers‘ ‘Turbine’ [dub]

The first upload on Matthias’ SoundCloud after his FKOFd002 release with 11th Hour. Unsurprisingly, it’s an absolute banger!

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AKX‘s ‘FKOFd003’ [forthcoming]

Last but definitely not least, if you missed the news, we’re ending the year with a truly stunning four track FKOFd EP from Nottingham’s AKX…

Peace, love and respect.

FKOF

Feature image by James Kelly
Justify’s going to be putting his selection of 5-10 tunes he’s feeling together once a week; so if you’re a producer find him on FacebookSoundCloud and Twitter