December 22nd, 2016

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By: korrupt

Taiko – Jelly Bots EP

FKOF Premiere

Everyone knows Taiko by now (and if they don't, well, the less said the better). He's a producer with an intriguing musical palette; one that continues to excite and inspire with every release or upload. From the classic Spray Can on Uprise Audio, to the countless dubs with FKOF fam, to his newest...

December 22nd, 2016

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By: korrupt

Dubokaj – Ma Main Dub

FKOF Premiere

It's not often we come across twisted dub-influenced music in the first cold winter week of December. However, there's always a first time. We stumbled upon the Switzerland-based Dubokaj a few weeks ago; a musician who takes his dub creations to an all-time high every time he stands behind his mixing...

December 1st, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Argo – Nooo

FKOF Review

We always knew Argo was destined for great things. Even with his debut release that we signed back in 2013/2014, we knew the French producer/ DJ had that something special you need in the dubstep sound. Over the last few years, we've watched Arnaud has started to cement his standing in the dubstep...

November 30th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Sectra – Visceral Vibrations

[Artist Highlight]

Sometimes we rely on music to feel things for us, so we don’t have to bear the crushing burden of our emotions all on our own. A powerful thing happens when we hear the darkest pieces of ourselves echoed back at us… We realise that we’re not alone – or maybe we are, but at least we’re okay with...

November 27th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Dem A Talk

Compa's finally repressed it (but it's already sold out)

Edit 28/11/16: If you missed out on the repress, you missed out. All 500 copies sold out within 18 hours. Bootlegging’s always been an integral part of music culture — but it’s rare that a particular tune captures the attention of musicians or helps to define a particular time in a...

November 26th, 2016

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By: korrupt

Kelly Dean – Bloodline EP

FKOF Review

After Oxóssi’s chart-topping Buried release, which we reviewed earlier this year, Silent Motion Records have recently revealed their next vinyl release - starring none other than Smog Records’ very own (and long-time FKOF fam) Kelly Dean. Not forgetting an appearance from the ever-awesome...

November 23rd, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Clothing the Low Frequency Resistance

Dataset x FatKidOnFire

Throughout the many years FatKidOnFire’s been a thing (seven years, as of 2017 — madness), we’ve always supported those pushing their respective fields and boundaries. Whether that’s been in streetwear (where we started), music, technology or the broader (or less defined) cultural movements, FKOF...

November 17th, 2016

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By: korrupt

Drew’s Theory, Congi & M.A.W — MWMV001

FKOF Review

After eight years in operation, the Dutch imprint of MWM-Recordings has announced it's launching its debut vinyl efforts with a whole new feel to it. The label, as it has always done, will continue to serve a wide underground following with its repertoire, and will be revealing a new suite of...

November 13th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

TMSV – ‘AKU’ EP

He's back - with a debut on Tumble Audio

Anyone who’s spent longer than a few months following FatKidOnFire will know how much the collective has for Utrecht-based TMSV. And, likewise, you’ll know how much time we’ve got for the Nottingham-based audio troublemakers, party starters and all round top blokes Tumble Audio. So when I...

November 1st, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

EshOne – ‘Elk’ EP

Introducing GourmetBeats’ GB008

EshOne, as ever, has something wicked in store for the dancefloor. This shouldn’t come as a surprise — the American musician has cultivated a reputation for producing bangers. His latest release on Joe Nice’s Gourmetbeats, the Elk EP, is precisely what we’ve been primed to expect from the badman...