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...

October 4th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

J:Kenzo – Battlefield / Zbantu Shake

FKOF Review

Since its launch in 2012, J:Kenzo’s Artikal Music has established itself as one of the premier imprints releasing quality forward-thinking dubstep material. And, as J:Kenzo’s stature within the genre has grown, so has the label’s. With an impeccable back catalogue that includes some of the...

April 4th, 2016

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By: FatKidOnFire

Piezo – Sweat / Sugar

FKOF Review

Although we're only three and a bit months into 2016, the new year's already standing on its own feet if we look at the releases we've had so far. At a time where the ever-present 'dubstep is dead/ boring/ whatever' discussion seems to have quietened down, March looks like it's going to be a massive...

October 15th, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

We Ain’t The Same

Thelem x FatKidOnFire

Thelem’s sound has always been a favourite here at FKOF. We've known Matty since the early days - back when we were wet behind the years and just getting started. For us, it all started with his appearance alongside Kryptic Minds at a gig in Reading in the early days of Orientis Records - followed soon...

April 24th, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

EshOne – Monopoly EP

FKOF Review

Another FatKidOnFire feature, another American dubstep producer planting the red, white and blue flag on dubstep's front lawn. We're back with the latest addition to behemoth US producer/ DJ/ label manager/ all round dude (and long time FKOF fam) EshOne's release catalogue - chatting to our...

April 16th, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

30 minutes of Matty G

A Bass Education

It’s been suggested, on more than one occasion, that the introduction of dubstep into the United States resulted in a (perceived) ‘decay’ of the true sound. As is always the case, this is not entirely true. California-bred Matthew Gonsalves was one of the first Stateside producers to pick up...