In an official statement on Facebook last week, Rob (Dodge) wanted to clarify what happened to Chris (Fuski) and why the duo has become a solo act.
Essentially, this all happened two years ago when Fuski started his family and his life took another direction. That name isn’t going anywhere though, since Dodge feels,
“it’s a brand that has about 5 years history.”
However, for simplification purposes “Dodge & Fuski” is being shortened to “DnF.” As “DnF” or “Dodge & Fuski” there is great music from this guy. Another big part of this announcement is that DnF is
“110% back into making dubstep/140bpm stuff”
That is definitely something to get excited about. After Fuski left, there is an experimental phase in which Dodge plays with some glitch hop, and drum and bass influences. Now its all about that drop.
From “Sucker Punch,” which was probably the last Fuski influenced tracks is this heavy hitter. Heavily British accented vocals make commentary that simply made me laugh the first time I heard it. Switching between bubbly reverbs and screechy synths , it compliments the lyrics perfectly.
And now we have “Killer Bees / Vibes” the latest release from DnF. Starting with that horrible buzzing in your ear and synths that just say there is some impending doom, “Killer Bees” attacks. With disjointed punchy synths, a slow bass and more buzzing, the song ends to the sound of shattering glass. As for “Vibes,” a highly auto-tuned voice asks for some positive vibes with a repeating smooth repeating melody and a heart racing buildup of clear claps.
Let the beats take you to places beyond