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Open Circuit 05:13
Collective 05:36
Warehouse 04:31


“Tony started out as a grime producer and DJ under the Drama alias, part of the melting pot of bass-led music that became dubstep in South London in the early years. After switching to the Content name and focusing on dubstep full time a few years later, he’s become known for his aggressive midranges and technical productions. Having toured America and played extensively across both the UK and Europe at some of the best events in dubstep, Content has seen releases on some of the most respected labels including the likes of Innamind and SubPressure.

“Content’s FKOFd009 EP continues where the producer’s other recent releases left off. Across the EP, he’s created a cohesive journey through his sound that ably demonstrates just how far he’s come since we started working together all those years ago. EP opener (recently heard on J:Kenzo’s Rinse FM show) Open Circuit primes you for what follows on the EP; full of technical percussion, swirling synths and a powerful sub. Collective opens with an ominously twisted vocal, descending to the depths with a forceful kick and Content’s signature midrange growls. Fan favourite Pirate Activity strips his sound back to its most minimal form and is a perfect example of the atmospheres the producer is capable of. Content’s FKOFd009 ends with a newer tune; one we’ve only been sitting on for a few weeks. Warehouse might just be one of the best tunes we’ve heard from Tony and is the perfect way to round off his debut digital release with us.”


released June 2, 2014

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