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.
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