TTK – aka The Telepathic Kid – delivers an album full of great melodies, spacey Rhodes sounds and huge beats. This delivers fun, funk, groove and chilled ambience in equal measure.
Back for a third installment is the latest epic EP from Ohsaurus. More relaxed, chilled, and infused with the glow and warmth of summer, this brings greater emphasis on Ohsaurus’ house and dub influences. Nevertheless it retains his traditional wit, huge beats, wonkiness and all round ability to put a dirty great smile on your face.
Kicking off 2012 as we mean to go on, Yoeri brings us Deep Mono Breath, a ten track album featuring soulful groove easy-listening instrumental hip-hop, served with a side garnish of the odd. Blissful pads pulse in and out whilst off-kilter wonky beats pin the whole thing down with a massive groove.
Ohsaurus returns for a second bite of the Fwonk* cherry, after the stupendous Glacial Pioneer. North East Structure warps funky beats and warm pads to make an album that is simultaneously chilled out and freaked out.
“This album is a monster. A big, poisonous monster, rendered in low-polygon, with a lop-sided grin and a Casio wedged between its teeth.” – Slow Joe
Illocanblo and Bass Assassin – Fwonk*s first artists to hail from deepest Russia & Ukraine – present ten tracks of the hardest, grungiest, glitchiest, wobbliest and just damn outstanding house-inflicted dubstep around, partially inspired by the classic Japanese ghost story of Botan Dōrō.
Lost Files is an instrumental album inspired by film and videogame soundtracks, spanning 8 years of – until now – unfinished material. Created with a hypothetical storyline in mind, a coherent soundstory is the result – in all its moods from the dark beginning to sadness , light, conflict and resolution.