Phat Chex

Phat Chex – Ankylosaurus Magniventris
Phat Chex – Uncertain Future
Phat Chex – Puxton Bridge
Phat Chex – Kitchen Sync
Phat Chex – Cumberland Vibe

Release date
August 3rd, 2012

digipak CD, digital


We took our time listening to Chex’s recordings, experimenting with the tracklist. Putting the strongest tracks in the best flow we could.

From the deep broken step of opener “Ankylosaurus Magniventris” to the mighty PA testing acid infused roller “Uncertain Future”.

An early favourite, “Puxton Bridge” melds trippy vocal work into a dark dystopia. “Kitchen Sync” goes deep and wide with a beautiful oceanic trip of far off places. A properly serene piece of work.

The closer “Cumberland Vibe” goes deeper still and on vocals is Phat Chex himself with a pensive piece of meditative percussion bubbling underneath. We couldn’t think of a better track of his to close a stunning EP of sound.

The CD is a replicated disc from glass master, recorded with mastering from Black Monolith Studios. Artwork by makemassair.

“Kitchen Sync is the one for me”
Dave Clarke [Whitenoise] / broadcast 01/09/2012

“Dark vibes are the order of the day … I expect fans of Surgeon, Cari Lekebusch, Warp Records and abstract/IDM lovers to really dig this EP, especially the “Kitchen Sync” track.”
247 Magazine – 4/5 / published Oct/Nov 2012

“Nice to see the release is out! Really like ‘Puxton Brige’ and ‘Kitchen Sync’; both great slices of raw electronica to my ears.”
Inigo Kennedy [Asymmetric, Semantica, Token]

“that a great ep, Uncertain Future especially. brilliant”
George Lanham [Pareto Park, The Public Stand]

“the production is really solid and the sound design’s really interesting”
Angus Finlayson [FACT, the Quietus]