Two Fingers is Amon Tobin’s outlet for bass-driven music. Beginning in secret in the mid-2000s, the blueprint combined d&b production techniques with the hip-hop he'd loved since his schooldays. The project immediately had a personality of its own: juggernaut rhythms aimed squarely at the dancefloor.

 

The first Two Fingers album was a collaboration with fellow producer Doubleclick. The eponymous release came out in 2009 and heavily featured UK vocalist Sway. The second album Stunt Rhythms (2012) bore classics such as Fools Rhythm, Sweden and 101 South.

 

As an avid viewer of b-boy contests, Amon's personal highlight of Two Fingers' existence came when he was watching the K.O.D. World Cup 2016, unaware that he was about to see Les Twins battle to his track Cashew Rhythm. He can now die happy.

 

Since first appearances in Amon Tobin DJ sets from as far back as 2007, Two Fingers has gone on to exist autonomously. When a show is billed as Two Fingers, it's a distinct experience.

Check out Two Fingers' latest mix from New Year.

 
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