The Fat! Club EP001


Here’s an EP from London’s Fat! Club. Ranges from delicate downtempo to upbeat house. Free download via FB.

The EP opens with Pale, who’ve previously appeared here. Winder is another of those lovely clicky downtempo, almost 2step tunes. Origins Sound are more house driven and less interesting. DE$IGNATED offer some pleasant funky house with an electronica edge. Moe’s My Name is too R&B influenced for me. Finally, Leeds-based Wolf Cub (previously here) with Kerouac which is a tad too disco house for me. Pale’s Winder is the real keeper here.

Blurb: The Fat! Club EP 001 is the first in a new series of free mini-compilations showcasing tracks from some of the UK’s most exciting underground producers. Established in 1997, The Fat! Club encompasses a record label, blog, club night and management agency. This first instalment features music from Pále, who after releasing on Fat! Records and Four40 in 2012 was named one of XLR8R’s ones to watch for 2013, along with fellow Fat! cohort Wolf Cub. As one third of Transmission Collective Wolf Cub is set for a big year as their label, Transmission Audio Recordings, continues to go from strength to strength. Newcastle based Moe has been bubbling up for a while now, with forthcoming music dropping on MadTech. London based duo DE$iGNATED are already forging out a signature sound, and with some wicked collaborations in the pipeline are set for big things. Rounding off the EP are Origins Sound, a collective of DJs and producers from Bath, who’ve been causing a stir with their parties at The Porters.

Released by: The Fat! Club
Release/catalogue number: TFCEP001
Release date: Feb 21, 2013

~ by acidted on February 25, 2013.

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