Fine Cut Bodies

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’This name is not simply a rotund sobriquet’ - as Kevin, the mind behind, pointed out once. ‘It rather represents an attitude, a brand of musical approach.’ Yeah, we know him right - he's been around since the first steps electronic music took in Hungary and his label Chi Recordings (co-run with AMB) was one of the first established labels in the early glitchy breakbeat-electronica scene. But he doesn't give a damn of genres too much: looking under the bed, you'll find breakbeats and some electro lying there, or sneak up to the attic stuffed with tech house, experimental music is on the cupboard. No matter what, if it rolls deep grooves and abstract beats, you'll find it. Recently Fine Cut Bodies focused more on new lands with a wacky twist to conquer the realms of glitchy, sometimes pop-scented electronica, abstract beats with psychedelic vibe and cinematic attitude. And that determines more coherent sound than you’d assume. It’s just how it should be, but one thing remain still: Kevin has been eagerly trying to satisfy his immense hunger for genuine thoughts in music, and he would surely go under any fetid and simmering swamp just to stalk ear candies for his own taste, and for your amusement. This unique approach has already lifted him to one of the most renowned producers and DJs, and led his tracks to be featured on several compilations worldwide. His mind to action can never be eased: manages his own label, travels to all corners of the globe from Burning Man to the land of kangaroos, works as a producer, build his own A/V applications and plugins (as he was working as a computer game programmer back in the 90s), teaches music production, runs his own taste-making broadcast on National Radio MR2 (Quark Depot) followed by many committed fans…
Anyway…what’s more important is to keep your eyes on the horizon, ‘cause there’re more filthy new stuff coming at your way from Kevin…Really soon!

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