How To Ruin The World

FYI Chris  —  Snafubar

"The second EP from FYI Chris on Rhythm Section it’s got those rough-hewn percussive elements that characterise the Chris’ productions, with a strong melodic core that typifies Bradley Zero’s A&Ring. Cowbell trills, a Caribbean patois and wandering bassline are cleverly employed into a multi-layer arrangement that offers much to focus on and plenty to revisit, review and repeat."

The pair have clearly been hard at work in the studio in between shifts at Rye Wax since their last EP for RS INTL - the production on ‘Snafubar’ demonstrates a matured approach and a further honing of their signature sound.
Sitting firmly left of centre, these 4 tracks manage the very difficult task of being both unconventional and highly functional dancefloor cuts. Recommended for fans of similarly difficult-to-categorise artists such as Red Axes, Axel Boman and Baba Stiltz. Sit Back and let Chris and Chris take you for a ride!
Russian Woodpecker
How To Ruin The World
Lone Star

Sometimes one of us will really want to use a break or sample so we just get to chopping.

Comprised of two Chris's, Watson and Coupe are two similarly named producers making beats in South London. Two genuine nice guys known for their dusty house and chalky rhythms these boys are forces to be reckoned with.
Sitting behind the counter at Rye Wax and nestled amongst the release catalogue of Rhythm Section, FYI Chris sit proudly as part of the furniture in SE15. They met through friends at university and connected over a deep rooted love for music spanning from their childhood. Influenced individually by their families to learn how to play instruments at a young age, they found inspiration in each other and became the duo we know and love today. They take a strictly laid back approach to making tunes by having a jam and having some fun, never mulling over something for too long, because if it doesn't work in the moment its time to move on. Surrounded by music in their day jobs these boys have the tunes and are ready to take you on a journey of sonic discovery.
Emily Hill
Published Wed 22 Mar