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D-Node 193: FBK | Orange82

FBK (Kevin M. Kennedy) is a Columbus, Ohio-based DJ/producer, with a unique sound stretching back to a mid-90s release as Sleep Engineer on Xplor Music. As FBK he’s known for releases on Frictional, diametric., and his own Absoloop/Orange82. FBK’s music is indebted to the tones of Midwestern techno, but cuts its own path as future music that doesn’t rely on current trends.

His mix for D-Node features several refreshing, unreleased tracks that will be new to most listeners, showcasing a diverse sound and a skill for crafting unique experiences.

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Tracklist
FBK-A continued love affair (unreleased)
FBK-Merci (unreleased)
FBK-2tracks and a DAT (Solace Compilation CD)
FBK-Closing the Windows to your Soul (Demo, unreleased)
FBK-Economaki (unreleased)
FBK-Praytell (Urban Kickz recordings)
FBK-BYS (unreleased)
The Fallen-Watch You Fail (upcoming Absoloop release)
Plural-To the D (original mix) (Panel Trax)
Shawn Rudiman-Ol Number 4 (unreleased)
Will Azada-Raw Drive (original) (Woods and Bass)
Inigo Kennedy-Laconic (ASYMP30)
Alexander Dniel-Matmas (original mix)
Aiken-Highly Complex (Deep Floors 2, Mowar)
Energun-Upgrade black white (ENR019)
The System-You are in my system (FBK’s industrial edit)
frfr (RelativeQ remix)
Plural-No Fucks (Re Form)
FBK-Allied Blip (unreleased)
FBK-Vaterfak? (unreleased)
The Fallen-Ride to Destroy (unreleased)
FBK-Leaving it all on the floor (unreleased)
FBK-Whose Tension is This???? (unreleased)
FBK-Blinky Fu**ing Lights (upcoming release)
FBK-Fears of a Madman (upcoming release)
FBK-Hipster Slasher Soundtrack (Absoloop)
FBK-As it burns me (unreleased)

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One Response to “D-Node 193: FBK | Orange82”

  • Lisa Richard says:

    FBK’s music is indebted to the tones and moods of Midwestern techno, but cuts its own path as future music that doesn’t rely on current trends. His mix for D-Node features several refreshing, unreleased tracks that will be new to most listeners, showcasing a diverse sound and a skill for crafting unique experiences. Tracklist in the post.

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