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    Tracklist
    Face A
    1.
    Life in a loop
    FatGyver
    01:28
    2.
    Cracklefunk
    FatGyver
    01:27
    3.
    Pelham
    FatGyver
    01:36
    4.
    Steam
    FatGyver
    01:39
    5.
    Syksy
    FatGyver
    01:31
    6.
    Return to delta
    FatGyver
    01:14
    7.
    The Lonely Sound
    FatGyver
    01:28
    Face B
    1.
    Long-ass days
    FatGyver
    01:31
    2.
    Traveling the distance
    FatGyver
    01:22
    3.
    NCP
    FatGyver
    01:29
    4.
    Snowed in
    FatGyver
    01:30
    5.
    High and dry
    FatGyver
    01:34
    6.
    Ode
    FatGyver
    01:34
    7.
    Drought part 2
    FatGyver
    02:04
    Information

    • Artist : FatGyver
    • Label : Phatventures
    • Format : 1 x 12" (140g)
    • Country : Finland
    • Genres : Hip HopInstrumental
    • Pressing : 100 Copies
    • Estimated delivery date : October 2019
    Description

    FatGyver is back – and funkadelia in hip hop is not dead.
    Enter the sample-laden hiphop–funk–downtempo realm of the Finland-based producer and Phatventures co-boss, FatGyver.
    While one half (or two thirds?) of “hiphop” producers seems to hug the ever-growing hype around 808 and trap basslines, there’s another half cherishing the passion for their beloved MPCs, SPs, and other lo-fi beatmaking machines, leaning towards the aesthetics that were largely created and pushed to their peak in the 90s.
    Fashion comes and goes, while style stays – after all, it’s not like The Ramones ever changed much, either, as their recipe simply worked – and the same can be said about hip hop. It’ll always be there, and even if it’s not necessarily enjoying the overground limelight, there’s a healthy culture strong as ever still banging their beatboxes and appreciating the more soulful, smokey, and jazzy atmospheres in the underground.
    The title is a half-funny, half-serious poke at how hip hop of this nature has steered away from the mainstream spotlight along the years – willingly or not.
    No Commercial Potential is an album that lends vibes from both funk and soul as well as film noir, contributing to a plenty of crossover appeal, whether you’re a true hip hop lover or just a casual listener who enjoys music that finds ways of resonating in your musical braincells.

    Phatventures
    Finland

    Phatventures! It's a hip hop thing