Producer/electronic music artist and DJ Gosteffects has developed a reputation for a an anthemic club sound that employs layers of propulsive and glitchy synths, swirling electronics, room-rattling bass and drums, and mechanized vocal samples. In some way, his sound reminds me a little bit of Fat of the Land-era the Prodigy and Boys Noize’s fantastic Out of the Black but sweatier and grimier as you’ll hear on Gosteffect’s soon-to-be released FVKKOPHPH EP.
Interestingly album title track “FVKKOPHPH” seems to possess elements of drum ‘n’ bass and Chicago-area footwork as it’s an incredibly propulsive song that manages to sound extremely futuristic and yet contemporary. "Damn Right" starts out with guttural throb before quickly building up in intensity with a glitchy vocal sample around the song’s hook. “Rock the Haus” and “We’re In” are probably the most house music tracks on the entire album as they’re comprised of hot flashes of synth, layers of throbbing, propulsive synths – and like all of the other tracks on the EP reveals Gosteffects super slick production style. It’s the sort of material that would have sweaty bodies convulsing under the strobe light. I can practically feel the bass of this song rattling the walls of a club the size of Webster Hall or Brooklyn Bowl.