By: Anand Harsh
Not much is known about Indianapolis-based production prodigy jFET besides the fact that his debut release on One For All Records, Mark of the FET, hit #15 on the Beatport dubstep charts... and he's filthy. Super filthy. These three clips (that's right, just snippets, not even the full tracks) have been some of the nastiest bass music this Untz contributor has heard in a while. Nasty, while still retaining the hallmarks of classy production: tight drum programming, patient and tense builds, and staggeringly original drops. These aren't ripped from the trendiest tracks of the day. They possess a self-serving uniqueness. Major labels, collaborations, and more are starting to catch wind of jFET. It's no coincidence One For All released Cyberoptics debut back in 2010. jFET will be a relative unknown no longer.