The East London Producer Soars Through Ambient to Acid on his New EP.
FNP has been building a foundation in the last couple of years as a versatile and talented new producer on the scene. Exploring the limits of acid techno, nu-disco, synthwave right through to ambient – He’s a producer that always takes pride in the amount of strings to his bow. It’s perhaps no surprise then, that his list of supporters is as diverse as Teki Latex, Avalon Emerson, Ross From Friends, Loxy & Resound & Palace.
Originally from near Luton, his musical journey started with Drum and Bass and Dubstep nights in his home town. It wasn’t until heading to university that he discovered house and techno, before his taste and curiosity really started to wander. Since he took the reins on producing and releasing his own music through various self-funded labels, he’s picked up support from Dummy Mag, Clash, Complex UK, Thump (Vice) – and has racked up over half a million streams on Spotify.
The new EP ‘Part Time Work, Full Time Income’, showcases once again the versatility of the Londoner. Building from a thick, ambient soundscape in ‘Thick Haze’ the EP is a journey through warm analogue synths leaning on techno, trance & acid. On the new EP he states:
“The EP is named after some really dodgy posters you see everywhere in the East London area offering part-time work, with a full-time wage. It’s pretty obvious what they’re advertising but I just find them funny because it’s so obvious what they’re recruiting for. The tracks showcase all the many sides of my musical personality, plenty of hard techno but also an ambient element with some nu-disco thrown in for good measure. “
Listen to the lead single from the EP below