Fatkidonfire have been known to pull a few new artists out the woodwork, and the finger always seems to be stuck to the pulse with these guys. This times it's Moonstones who makes his debut, and he does so with four broken pieces of bass swagger. "Powernap" is a low-swinging bundle of Percussion scatter and minimal bass, but "Cupol" is bouncier and generally more moody in life. "Murky" is a grainy, lamenting grime hybrid, while "Rhino Clash" steals the spotlight with its steeping beats, hissing back room sonics and digi dancehall bass aesthetics.
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