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Ask Isadora
Cat: FIT 023. Rel: 07 Apr 22
Electro
  1. Ask Isadora (4:41)
  2. Conga Banana (4:35)
  3. Middle Eastern Cooking (4:58)
  4. Mode (4:43)
Review: Under the alias 4E, producer Can Oral created his own unique sound of raw, futuristic acid-electro. The A-Side tracks "Ask Isadora" and "Conga Banana" first appeared on the album, Blue Note, released on Home Entertainment in 1996. On the flip are two unreleased tracks picked from his extensive archive and edited by FIT Siegel. These were also recorded during this era, which Can describes below:

"In the 90s I moved to NYC to start a band with Jimi Tenor. I had a small flat in the East Village with the apartment number 4E and that became my artist name for the downtempo and electro material I was working on. The style I called Futuristic Electro because I didn't want to relate to the old school with this. I had my studio on the kitchen floor and pretty much only used EMU SP-1200, TB-303, TR-808 and SH-101 by good ol' Roland. In a way NYC was still developing because it was all about house music. In 1995, I opened Temple Records in Manhattan with Dr Walker from Air Liquide and DJ DB from Smile Communications. The record shop was inside the Liquid Sky clothing store. After a fire in the shop, along with a falling out with the owner I decided to talk to a fortune teller to find out what the future held. Her name was Isadora, and she had a TV show called "Ask Isadora." She told me on live television to move out, have my own shop and be independent, so I did. Thanks Isadora!"
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Converse
Converse (12")
Cat: FIT 020. Rel: 28 Aug 18
Techno
  1. Detection (6:28)
  2. Pinions (4:43)
  3. Sands (3:58)
  4. Shuck (6:21)
Review: Acidic powerhouse Bill Converse makes his debut on FIT SOUND. His sound is a refreshing perspective informed by the midwest warehouse parties of which he was schooled mutated into his own blend. Treading the line between melody and brutality, while never being heavy handed, Converse has proved himself once again to be a true original lurking in the underground today.
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The Invisible Children EP
Cat: FIT 002. Rel: 25 Jun 10
Deep House
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
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MGUN EP
MGUN EP (12")
Cat: FIT 011. Rel: 25 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Wide Eye
  2. Debit
  3. MSC
Review: Though he first appeared on Wild Oats as part of NSNT PRJCT back in 2010, the music Manuel Gonzales produces as MGUN has largely surfaced on labels outside of his hometown of Detroit, with Don't Be Afraid, Berceuse Heroique and The Trilogy Tapes among them. His arrival on Aaron Siegel's Fit Sounds label is most welcome then; with the 3 track self titled EP proving further compelling evidence that Gonzales is becoming one of Detroit's current greats. There's a marauding nature to the bassline and rhythms in "Wide Eye" that will appeal to Jamal Moss fans, whilst "Debit" drags you down a gnarly acid rabbit hole. It's the B Side cut that really impresses however, with "MSC" seemingly embracing some of the experimental urges Gonzales has when recording material under the Savant guise with some truly atmospheric results.
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Inside Me
Inside Me (12")
Cat: FIT 022. Rel: 17 May 19
Techno
  1. RVDS & Sneaker - "Inside Me" (12:37)
  2. Katrina Fairlee, Joshua Cordova & Sneaker - "Geist Bahn" (13:19)
Review: Two mind melting acidic drippers that Ron Hardy would've been proud of!
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Played by: Mark Forshaw
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The Drummer Downstairs
Cat: FIT 003. Rel: 03 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Trackin (6:16)
  2. Drummer Downstairs (3:17)
  3. Frayed (8:15)
Review: Anthony Shakir comes correct on the Fit Sounds imprint with three tracks that veer between the many strands of Detroit machine funk business. Proceedings commence with "Trackin", an unadulterated slice of rawness that leans on disco via filtered synth flourishes that burrow deep, with the thumping bass drums and soaring string section giving the track that motor city hue. The very loud and very good beatdownisms of "That Drumming Track" follows with a multiplicity of layered drums raining down and somehow achieving a fractured rhythmic thud; think Roska collaborating with Kyle Hall. On the flip Shake goes deep with the slow mo, off kilter burn of "Frayed" which sounds almost wrong at 33rpm during the opening sparse moments. The arrival of a slowly ascending organ sound that mutates brilliantly is the point where jaws drop as the track unfolds in stunning fashion.
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