The London-based producer is becoming known for his powerful, acid-tinged style.
London-via Luton producer FNP, Started out on the live circuits around his hometown and then Nottingham while at university. His eclectic passion for electronic music has always been evident, playing sets focused on Drum and bass, Garage, House and eventually Techno. He soon co-founded his first label Slinkiemusic, bringing through a number of releases that are still being supported but the likes of Ross From Friends, Avalon Emerson and Teki Latex.
As a producer, his work has been regularly supported by Dummy Magazine, Thump Magazine, Clash, Complex and Spotify’s editorial playlists. His new single continues in his undeniably powerful, 303-laced acid style. It’s a potent piece of work showcasing his use of analogue synthesis.
On the new track he states:
It’s one of those tracks that came together out of nothing really. I found this sample pack full of sexy female instructions and thought.. That would work bloody well juxtaposed to some mean techno. It’s got a kind of bladerunner feel to it. Then I just started putting together patterns on the 303, really quick track to make this one but I love it
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