Category Archives: releases

new fatgyver album out

My new album is out today: “Small Songs That My Samplers Sing”. It’s out via Phatventures.
Find links here.

It’s a hip hop album that explores vibes of classic boom bap and funk, samples film noir, a movie which I think ranks among the best movies ever made, rare Japanese records…and a whole lot more.
There’s also two tracks that see me get away from sampling, and they’re more instrument-based. Can you tell which one?

If you want to pick it up from Bandcamp and support my shit, please do – there’s tapes and digital available. Also streaming, if you don’t want to pay.

I thought that in a way maybe now is not the best time spam your shit or celebrate a birthday…but then again, things have to go on as usual, which at least to me is a consolation in a way.

Hope you like it, and thanks for all support.
For the next 24 hours or so, Bandcamp is waiving its fees, so it’s a decent time to make a purchase if you’ve considered it.

“aura eleven” – new DNB track available now (vinyl + digi)

SURPRISE: new DNB track “Aura Eleven” is available now.
Digital/vinyl.

How does it sound? A promo feedback comment said, “Like if DJ Shadow made a track for Metalheadz”
HEAR: https://soundcloud.com/subb1996/aura

For now, “Aura Eleven” is out exclusively for two weeks at Juno Download and Bandcamp (streaming & other shops coming on 6 March).

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remix for sentierum

Out today.

I was happy to do a remix for an artist called Sentierum.
I’ve been doing audio engineering for his dope DNB tunes for a while, and he kindly asked me if I wanted to remix a tune of his that I liked.
Get the EP here.

My downtempo remix of “Back Home Blues” as well as the original are out today via Samsara Beats.

(This Soundcloud clip is the remix.)

Subscriber special: a dnb track from 1998

Surprise track from 1998 out now! Rolling deep drum&bass.

This is immediately available to my Bandcamp subscribers: it is now on your collection. If you aren’t a subscriber yet, you can subscribe here.

Want to thank all those who subscribe. And there will be more! Oldies, tracks that aren’t fit on other releases, spesh one-offs…I’m also thinking of doing a “Subscriber album” and add tracks there now and (I have a LOT of unreleased music) and inform people when it’s updated.

This is from 1998…era of no plugins, no internet, no social media, or likes…just a man and his track software!I wasn’t that advanced 21 years ago but def did have a hunch of where I want to go.Quite minimal, and doesn’t even use that many samples.

Hope you like it!
(That pic is from an early-2000s Knowledge interview)