Paris-based producer Vincent Fenton creates mellow, sample-based digital sounds beneath the name French Kiwi Juice, or FKJ for brief. He began working being a movie theater audio engineer while teaching himself the fundamentals of music creation at exactly the same time. Acquiring a method within digital music that melded the pulse of home with smoother organic components, he and various other artists in the Roche Musique label proved helpful toward the introduction of an electric subgenre of brand-new French house close to the start of 2010s. Some EPs arrived in the label, using the Twins turning up in 2012 and Period for the Change dropping another year. A solid online profile offered as the foundation for a lot of FKJ’s popularity, and he created a solid live set to complement his studio result on-stage. The REMOVE EP implemented in 2014, and FKJ spent a lot of the following two years functioning toward the documenting of an effective full-length, which found its way to March of 2017 being a self-titled long-player in the Believe Immediate Limited label.