Photo (c) Susie Stavert

If you don’t fight you lose. 

First transmission from F.O.L. Their debut release ‘Blame It On Fox’ is focused away from the dance floor towards dark beats, industrial, noise, ambient and metal – with a healthy dose of techno and electro. Releases April 12th from all good online platforms. 

Originally written in 2004 after the invasion of Iraq, the tracks were re-recorded in late 2018.

First track – ‘Responsibility’ – is a paranoia-fuelled banger, dynamically layering techno kiks, electro b-lines, and frantic drums with a de-tuned Tony Blair. 

Second track – ‘Blame It On Fox’ – drops a gear into a slower, industrial death march with incessant bass loops, synths, metal blasts and field recordings. Featuring Harry de Bastarde on vox. 

Third track – ‘Chimera’ – is an ambient soundscape of chromatic pads over monster subs, crumbling into a tortured noise denouement. 

F.O.L. is Adam Lincoln (Teknocracy / Dilettantism / Pie Factory Productions).

Adam founded the Pie Factory Productions label in 2012 with Aubrey King and Techno Fluffer, dropping three bonkers 12”s (including a various artists release with London underground veterans Jerome Hill and Dexorcist) plus numerous digital releases.