May 27th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Sleeper – Mass Transference EP

FKOF Review

In a scene that's begun to settle into a comfortable community of producers contributing to an ebb and flow of quality releases and nights, Sleeper is as close as you can get to a household name. Having conquered the major outlets of the deeper and rugged labels like Chestplate and Artikal Music - as...

November 11th, 2013

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Kaiju – OSMUK034

FKOF Review

After three sell-out releases on Osiris Music UK and their most recent (unsurprisingly sell-out) venture on Lion Charge, Kaiju have fast become the indelible purveyors of unadulterated dubstep at its finest. Their fourth release on the continually dependable Osiris imprint is set to feature two...

November 4th, 2013

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By: FatKidOnFire

Scuba – Update

FKOF Review

"Paul Rose has made music under several different monikers, but in the past few years, his work as Scuba has arguably proven most vital. Even for someone working in a genre that's as constantly stylistically fickle as bass, Rose has recently proven himself one of dance music's most inventive producers,...

October 28th, 2013

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By: FatKidOnFire

J:Kenzo – TEMPA083D

FKOF Review

While the 'Bloodlines' EP is still fresh in the mind for many of the loyal 140 cohort, with TEMPA083D, J:Kenzo prepares his third release on Tempa of 2013. Anyone remotely interested in dark 140 will be well aware of the lacklustre, social media-based paranoia that stipulates dubstep has had its day....