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FKOFd003
FKOFD 003
02 Dec 13
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd003 by AKX on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Part One (Sunlight) - (2:48) 141 BPM
FKOFd003 by AKX on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Define - (5:20) 140 BPM
FKOFd003 by AKX on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Dragonfly - (5:26) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FKOFd003 by AKX on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Tiger Eye - (5:36) 140 BPM
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Review: The fat kid just keeps on burning. Slowly kindled with deep dub burners, the bass portal's new label venture has warmed our very cockles each and every month. Here we find them at their deepest, most meditative state with AKX (AKA Nottingham's Gutcha). Operating with smouldering, slo-mo ambience, there's a lush sense of atmosphere that sits somewhere between ASC and Jamie XX. Highlights include the snoozy chord washes and lolloping riddim on "Tiger Eye" and the far-away cries and processed Burial breaks on "Define". "Part One (Sunlight)", meanwhile, sounds like it could've been used on Massive Attack's Protection. Comparisons genuinely don't come any higher than that. Stunning. Shove another log on the fatty, let's keep him burning.
FKOFd007
FKOFD 007
07 Apr 14
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd007 by Argo on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Hundred (original mix) - (5:28) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FKOFd007 by Argo on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Plan B (original mix) - (5:25) 140 BPM
FKOFd007 by Argo on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Asylum (Living Proof remix) - (5:34) 140 BPM
FKOFd007 by Argo on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Seek (original mix) - (5:39) 140 BPM
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Review: Fat Kid On Fire come though with their seventh release, this time by 17-year old Parisian bass-wonder, Argo. Sharp snares, brutal kicks and razor sharp bass feature on the deep and atmospheric "Hundred", while "Plan B" utilises a sinister vocal sample which takes things in a very dark halfstep direction. Machine gun sonics, savage walls of powerful low end and driving percussion make up the last original, "Seek", while "Asylum" gets a remix from Living Proof, who turns in a real head nodder worthy of Argo's originals, accented by some tasty dub influences. Highly recommended!
FKOFd008
FKOFD 008
05 May 14
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd008 by Bakir on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Elefante - (5:04) 140 BPM
FKOFd008 by Bakir on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Numbers Go Up - (5:28) 138 BPM
FKOFd008 by Bakir on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Red Hook - (6:36) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FKOFd008 by Bakir on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Three Sided - (5:03)
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Review: The fatties at FKOF are genuinely firing right now. Eight releases deep, each one builds respectfully on the last, and naturally this four-track treat from Tuba bossman Bakir is a whole new level. "Elefante" sums up the sonic richness and boldness in a jiffy thanks to its impeccable drum production and arrangement. Throw in some horns (probably played by Bakir himself) and a soft skank and you're putty in its hands. Moving on, "Numbers Go Up" deftly plays between aggy and techy thanks to its subtle but dominant persistence, "Red Hook" is the moody (yet mildly meditative) industrial dub stomper while "Three Sided" closes the show on a flip-switching deep jungle flex. May the fires at FKOF keep on burning - the scene needs more creativity like this.
fkofd009
FKOFD 009
02 Jun 14
Deep Dubstep
fkofd009 by Content on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Open Circuit - (5:13) 140 BPM
fkofd009 by Content on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Collective - (5:36) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
fkofd009 by Content on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Pirate Activity - (4:55) 140 BPM
fkofd009 by Content on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Warehouse - (4:31) 144 BPM
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Review: Long-term FKOF affiliate and friend, Content steps up to deliver a quad of purist future-focussed sub jams. As you'd expect from the man previously known as Drama, each one of them is laced with pensive menace and spotless sonic designs. Highlights include the seemingly endless, brain-bursting bass drone on "Pirate Activity" and the crisp sub punctuation and outer-planetary sounds on "Open Circuit". Dig deep and you'll find a wealth of further audio acme. Nine releases deep and not so much of a whiff of a dull moment, FKOF continue to blaze brightly.
Fkofd004
FKOFD 004
02 Jan 14
Deep Dubstep
Fkofd004 by Dubapes on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
The City - (5:32) 144 BPM
Fkofd004 by Dubapes on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Feel The Tribe - (6:00)
Fkofd004 by Dubapes on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Jah No Dead - (6:04) Biggest-selling track on this release
Fkofd004 by Dubapes on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Endangered Dreams - (5:37) 140 BPM
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Review: Fat Kid On Fire starts off the new year with a handpicked selection of deep, sweltering dub licks from Vienna's rising Dubapes outfit. The label had a promising start last year and their signature sound just keeps on evolving with these four, chubby-as-hell floor monsters; starting with "The City", a mutant-like bundle of electrolite bass infusions dominating its core, with a broken artillery of kicks and snares. "Feel The Tribe" goes for a more D&B approach with breaks galore at the helm, whilst "Jah No Dead" is one for the heads - cerebral, hazy pads wailing gently above the rickety percussion sway. Finally, "Endangered Dreams" heads straight into the orbit thanks to a sinister but seductive gravitational pull consisting of emotive strings, crystal-like synths and seductive vocals. Get involved.
FKOFD 001
FKOFD 001
07 Oct 13
Deep Dubstep
FKOFD 001 by Dubfreq on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Next To Me - (5:03) 140 BPM
FKOFD 001 by Dubfreq on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Selenky - (4:35) 140 BPM
FKOFD 001 by Dubfreq on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Excuse Me Officer - (4:35) 140 BPM
FKOFD 001 by Dubfreq on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
MSH - (4:35) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Kudos-enriched bass site Fat Kid On Fire follow up their Un/Known album earlier this year with their first full single release. With such a stamp of authority, and the fact it's been penned by the never-failing Dubfreq, this shouldn't need much of a hard sell. Each cut tickles a different corner of the dance; "Next To Me" shimmers with delicate vocal dynamics, "Selenky" offers the peaktime saw-tooth swagger-punch and both "Excuse Me Officer" and "MSH" leaning back on a funkier skank flex. Each cut really shines with same enthusiasm, clarity and wit as FKOF itself. This could be the start of something very special.
FKOFd010
FKOFD 010
07 Jul 14
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd010 by Juss B on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Boatland - (5:13) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FKOFd010 by Juss B on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
The Omen VIP - (5:08) 140 BPM
FKOFd010 by Juss B on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Braata - (5:40) 140 BPM
FKOFd010 by Juss B on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Cerberus - (5:10) 140 BPM
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Played by: FatKidOnFire
Review: The best producers can conjure a groove and spirit with one perfectly executed kick drum arrangement. See "Boatland" for the perfect example; the second the smouldering kick cuts through the eerie pads, you'll be enveloped in an undeniable sense of carnal rhythm mischief. This immersive experience continues as we hit a VIP rendition of 2012's "The Omen" that's deeper and more dynamic than the original without losing any of its founding spirit. "Braata" shows evidence of Juss B's current residence in Bali as a relentless hand drum runs point and the surging pads and thick subs running back-up. "Cerebus" brings us to a fittingly firing climax. Pacier and more dramatic, the double-ups on the kicks and the crude oil sub attached to each beat elevates this from deep to dangerous. FKOF have delivered once again.
FKOFd005
FKOFD 005
03 Feb 14
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd005 by Nanobyte on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Susurrus - (4:29)
FKOFd005 by Nanobyte on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Dirt Smuggler - (5:37)
FKOFd005 by Nanobyte on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Want For Nothing - (6:00) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FKOFd005 by Nanobyte on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Swoop - (5:37) 136 BPM
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Review: With previous on the likes of Uprise, Kokeshi and Innamind, Nanobyte's hook-up with FKOF is a very natural progression. Across the four tracks the Welsh duo showcase the true breadth of their creativity with vibes for headphones and heady floors alike. "Susurrus" isn't just a brilliant word; it's also a captivating production that shimmers with emotive melody and touching nuances. "Dirt Smuggler", meanwhile, is much darker and floor-focussed but comes with a breath-taking breakdown to ensure complete balance. "Want For Nothing" reveals the duo's penchant for future garage thanks to its unrelenting two-step and vast, oceanic pads. "Swoop" continues the steppy riddim; skipping towards the light thanks to its spiralling arpeggio and ever-developing elements, there's a wholesome, euphoric dynamic at play throughout. Stunning.
FKOFd002
FKOFD 002
02 Nov 13
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd002 by Subreachers on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Fear - (6:15) 140 BPM
FKOFd002 by Subreachers on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Hanbo - (5:12) 140 BPM
FKOFd002 by Subreachers on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Icecrack - (5:39) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Immortal by Subreachers & 11th Hour on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Subreachers & 11th Hour - "Immortal" - (6:07) 140 BPM
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Review: Following an outstandingly successful launch, dubstep site-come-stable FKOF returns with the able assistance of Matt Pulsar. Still operating under his mesmerizingly hypnotic Subreachers guise, each of these four cuts leads you down the darkest dub alleyways possible. Highlights include the heavily reverbed rim-shots and subtle sluggy bass murmurs of "Hanbo", the spacious delicacies and expertly edited amens on "Icecrack" and the church-like gothisms and harrow hollowed tones of "Immortal". This fire ain't going out any time soon.
FKOFd006
FKOFD 006
03 Mar 14
Deep Dubstep
FKOFd006 by The Illuminated on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Vintage - (5:33) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FKOFd006 by The Illuminated on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
De_dust - (5:06) 140 BPM
FKOFd006 by The Illuminated on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
Psychonauts - (5:47)
FKOFd006 by The Illuminated on FatKidOnFire Cue Track
HMU - (5:37) 140 BPM
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Review: Fresh from their scavenging mission on New Moon, Dutch trio The Illuminated land on FKOF, a platform that's supported them since their earliest incarnations. With four tracks to showcase, FKOF have given them their biggest opportunity to date. And as each track pushes their own and the genre's boundaries beyond expectations, they've clearly not wasted the opportunity. Highlights include the insanity riff spirals on "Psychonauts" the pulsating heartbeat subs and dubbed out percussion on "Vintage" and the synth and sax sensuousness of "HMU". Illuminatingly lush, FKOF's label operation just keeps getting better and better.
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