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Pye Corner Audio Remixes Knightstown!

Posted on Tuesday, 16th January

Martin Jenkins - better known as Pye Corner Audio has just remixed Knightstown 'Charlatan'

Martin Jenkins has been taking inspiration from classic synth soundtracks and library music since 2010, and his album 'Stasis' was listed on Piccadilly Records and Norman Records for 'Album Of The Year' in 2016. Pye Corner Audio's unique production sound is unmistakable: Carpenter-esque slow kosmiche disco and ambience, woozy synth melodies and somnambulistic grooves with soft, rich textures.

You can stream the track here and pre-order it here.

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New Music Video - Shopping 'Wild child'

Posted on Monday, 15th January

Shopping just released a new music video to their song 'Wild Child'!

Have a look at the video here, enjoy the music and check out Shopping and their alter egos. We love it!

KNIGHTSTOWN featured in The 405

Posted on Monday, 15th January

Check out this interview with KNIGHTSTOWN where they discuss his freshly released single Charlatan!

To read more about it and listen to the beautiful new song, click here

Vote for Charlatan on Amazing Radio

Posted on Monday, 15th January

Tonight KNIGHTSTOWN's single Charlatan will be played on Amazing Radio!

Tune in to listen and be a part of a poll where you can VOTE for Charlatan to make it on their playlist. 

To do so, click here

FCR Playlist !

Posted on Friday, 12th January

For those of you into the more club based side of Fatcat, we have just updated our FCR spotify playlist.

With tracks by Theo Parrish, Moodyman, Artwork, Cottam etc. its a great way to hear whats inspiring the FCR label here at the cat.

Check it out here

Steve Bicknell - Scientist Mix - The Vinyl Factory

Posted on Friday, 12th January

Steve Bicknell has just done a mix of Jamaican legend Scientist for Vinyl Factory.

"Hopeton Overton Brown aka Scientist was my introduction to collecting music. As a teen on my way home from school I would pop into Dub Vendor in Clapham Junction, listen and soak up the atmosphere of the shop, the music, and carefully purchase a few pieces of vinyl, one album being Big Showdown at King Tubby's 1980." 

"Around this time Scientist's output was quite plentiful as he became the principle engineer for Channel One, so more albums and 12's soon followed. Brown's production approach still inspires me today, and will throughout my lifetime. I aimed to present the mix in a showdown fashion, I hope this comes across. A few pops and crackles but I cleaned the vinyl the best I could"

Listen to the mix here