After creating a name for himself with a bevvy of interstellar remixes and production credits on a Lupe Fiasco track, TheFatRat takes his first swing at the original release game with the electro house meets dubstep hybrid “Splinter.” Possibly named after a Ninja Turtle training sewer rat, the LA-based producer’s first original begins as a funky, vocal stuttered-jewel before quickly transforming into a savagely aggressive dubstep bomb that will catch casual listeners by surprise. Leaving his funky electro house style in the dust for his first release on Spinnin’, TheFatRat takes a step outside of his comfort zone with compelling — and ground shaking — results.
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