FKOFd050 starts with District's brooding rework of Dark Harmonics' F#cking Spiders from FKOFv002. It's a savagely clean reimagining of the tune and it'll be an experience the first time it gets played on a system. Next up, we've Chad Dubz's remix of Maes's Jah, Jah Livin from FKOF10. The original was a proper stepper before Chad got his hands on it, and he's done what we'd hoped on his version. Lovely stuff. The third track on the EP is a first for FKOF, welcoming half of the production duo (partly) responsible for cementing our love of 140 back in the day. It's an absolute honour to have Leon Switch on FKOF Records and his remix of FKOFv003's Dossier from FKOF fam WZ is perfection. A percy. Last, but definitely not least, we close off the EP with an explosive effort from the man like Biome: with Paddy reworking Chad Dubz's wild Nilaari from their collab vinyl release FKOFv004. Hold tight on this one, it goes off!
ENiGMA Dubz' beats are a perfect example of why I love bass music and is one of the artists that drew me to the DDD label in the first place. A solid album from start to finish, Dubz' music is moody, deep and takes me to strange places I didn't know I wanted to be. squirrlyj