East London producer dazzles with intricate piece of acid house
Luton-raised and now living in London, FNP has become known in the UK as a producer that loves to experiment with various genres. He’s gifted at producing both nu-disco anthems or indie-electronica, and in this case, late-night techno bangers. His releases across the years have been supported by artists like Ross From Friends, Avalon Emerson and Teki Latex.
Starting his musical journey playing drum n’ bass events across the UK, FNP soon became intrigued by other elements in the electronic music landscape. After experimenting with 4X4 sounds, his music picked up love from Complex, Dummy Magazine, Clash and loads more.
His new single “Run” has him at his most vicious. Utilizing all the tools at his disposal, it’s an intricate piece of acid-house that makes excellent use of the classic Roland TB-303. Listen in full below: