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“The organic sounds of Four Tet or Bonobo, with wider influences like Techno & UK Garage” – Complex Music

“A producer we look forward to watching in the future” – Clashmusic

“Evokes pastel visions of summer sunsets, combining piano lines with conga rhythms and shimmering effects”Thump

By day, the East London producer FNP spends his time managing & promoting artists in the mainstream space. But his main passion has always been electronic music. A career in music has given FNP the knowledge & experience of how the industry works, resulting in a more savvy approach to releasing music.

Originally from just outside Luton, FNP began his musical journey making drum and bass. While at university in Nottingham, his work started to get him attention in all the right places. This led to sets supporting world renowned acts such as Enei, S.P.Y, Netsky, Newham Generals & loads more… All this work & network of people eventually led to him being lined up for a music industry job a few years down the line. At the same time, his record label Slinkiemusic picked up some notable fans including Teki Latex, Avalon Emerson, Ross From Friends, Loxy & Resound & Palace.

Now focusing on his own projects, the London music producers has gained support from Thump Magazine, Clash, Datatransmission and Complex with many more following suit. His remixes with artists across the world have also received overwhelming support from Spotify, bringing his streams to over 300k in the past year, as well as features on their influential Techno State playlist. The London production enigma, has never been one to shy away from experimenting with different genres. previous releases have explored disco, synthwave, techno and Bss music. Working out of his studio in Hackney Wick, his releases in 2019 have pushed the envelope for 303 style acid basslines. ‘We Are The Gods’ was heavily supported by Spotify as well as a number of tastemaker blogs. The follow-up ‘No Real Perspective’ follows a similar pattern. The final EP track is the Lo-Fi influenced ‘Acid on Wick Lane’ – It’s a track that expertly dives between lo-fi serenity and big room acid techno.

Release Date: April 26th, 2019


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