"As the sounds of dubstep evolve and mutate, F‐One steps to the forefront. F‐One's debut album Mutation Theory on his future-thinking Dubstar records imprint exhales a breath of fresh air. F‐One's signature Dubstar boogie sees his fourteen track album immediately gaining support by the scene's leading artists, including NType, Hatcha, Benga, Kromestar, Walsh, Suk Knight, Jay 5ive ,Chefal and many more. First and foremost, if you want to see the crowd moving, look no further then Mutation Theory; with the majority of tracks suited to the dancefloor, you'll be getting called for rewinds before you know it with the aptly named 'Distruction' and 'Just Cool Down Man', mutated mid range croaks complimented with subtle rave lines; the massive collaboration 'Spacerace9' with the mighty Kromestar, 'Nill By Mouth', 'Greedy Pigs' destroying dance floors and the huge collaboration with new comers Soul Sinners in 'Murder Most Foul' crowd-hyping, skank-inducing party music. With the flow of the album mutating, taking it darker; there's a tune for every mood with tracks like 'Timewarp 44', 'Twisted Fate' and bass heavy collaborations 'Synphonic Dreams' and 'Twisted Fate' with Kontrol, making big impacts where ever they're dropped. Mutating to its final form, F‐One gets musical and deeper with tracks like 'Still Rain' & 'Peoples sound' making a standout and securing this as a must have album for every dubstep enthusiast! Mutation Theory delivers a diverse and highly enjoyable soundtrack for any location, be it skanking on the dance floor or rolling laps round town, the Theory is sounds, the Dubstar Sound."