New Music

New Music

This week sees the (slightly delayed) 29th instalment of Justify’s New Music round up here on FatKidOnFire, featuring a carefully curated selection music of up and coming producers that we’ve been enjoying…

FKOF - New Music

JKL and 207’s Thunder Clap [dub]

Brand new from JKL and 207. A great deep and technical tune from the two producers – and rightly getting some air play from the original don N-Type!

Piezo’s Blaster [dub]

This one’s a slinky little tune from a producer who is continuing his ascension to the top. Watch for the second drop! Piezo’s going to smash 2014 in the face – he’s a producer we’ll be seeing a lot of over the coming months…

Konvex and Subject’s Motiveless [dub]

Mad tune from these two. Definitely a collaboration we can get behind – here’s hoping we get more from the duo soon!

Thumez’ Nyumbani [dub]

Nice tribal vibe from Oudenaarde’s Thumez, feeling the percussion in this one!

Numa Crew’s Knowledge [forthcoming Moonshine Recordings]

Taken from the forthcoming Moonshine Recordings presents Steppin’ Forward album featuring one of the most impressive track listings we’ve seen in a long, long time!

Sqz Me’s Let Me Out [dub]

Sparse and sinister from Sqz Me. This one’s cut from Truth’s Chronicles Vol. 21 mix – which is also well worth a listen!

Sixth Ape’s Solar Storm [Free]

More Icelandic vibes from Sixth Ape this week, this one perfectly summarising the Aurora Borealis he witnessed during his adventures.

Afro Dub System’s Adowa [dub]

Absolutely loving this stepper from ADS – an exciting new project billed as Africa meets Jamaica via Europe.

“The title (and the sample used) are from the funeral ritual of the Ga people of Ghana. It reflects the Ga belief that death is not the end of life; rather, the deceased is transformed into a spiritual, immortal being—a cause for celebration…”

Taiko’s Din [dub]

Complex rhythms from Uprise Audio’s Taiko – a tune that stays true to its title!

The Illuminated’s FKOFd006

Last but definitely not least, we’re celebrating six months of FKOFd tomorrow with The Illuminated’s FKOFd006

Acetate presents Youngsta

One for the Birmingham heads, our very own Justify is starting his own run of deep nights – and the first Acetate dance features the one and only Youngsta

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