May 18th, 2015
It won't end well for them
With nearly 1,000 articles, a load of awesome events and more than a few other memorable highlights over the last five years, we at FKOF are continuously seeking new ways to bring you exciting content and engaging experiences. In the latest effort to do just this, we’re teaming up with...
May 13th, 2015
With a number of best-selling (and sold out) releases already in the hands of the dubstep faithful, the monstrous duo - and, yes, our good friends - hailing from Bristol town today announced the first chapter in their DEEP MEDi story.
Kaiju’s long-awaited, inaugural release on Mala's...
May 10th, 2015
After publishing a number of features highlighting just how our scene’s flourishing in North America over the last couple of weeks, we figured it was time to change the record to celebrate our 20,000 strong community on SoundCloud.
Back in the day, we started out by combining a passion for bass,...
May 6th, 2015
25 years of Fabio & Grooverider
Ahead of his appearance alongside godfathers of DnB Fabio & Grooverider at The Forum in London this Friday - we recently caught up with DJ Phantasy to talk top 5 favourite tracks...
Robert Flack's Uh Uh Ooh Ooh Look Out (Here It Comes)
"This early house track had such a great vibe on it - the...
April 24th, 2015
Another FatKidOnFire feature, another American dubstep producer planting the red, white and blue flag on dubstep's front lawn. We're back with the latest addition to behemoth US producer/ DJ/ label manager/ all round dude (and long time FKOF fam) EshOne's release catalogue - chatting to our...
April 22nd, 2015
This is the latest instalment of the FatKidOnFire Sessions - a very special fifth birthday edition broadcast live on Chew...
It's the fifteenth show in the series, hosted by our very own Korrupt - with assistance from the chatroom crew and everyone locked from across the world.
April 16th, 2015
A Bass Education
It’s been suggested, on more than one occasion, that the introduction of dubstep into the United States resulted in a (perceived) ‘decay’ of the true sound. As is always the case, this is not entirely true.
California-bred Matthew Gonsalves was one of the first Stateside producers to pick up...
April 8th, 2015
With our ever-evolving dubstep sound propagating through every corner of the world, we've caught wind of a Dutch-based crew, events team and tastemakers doing their best to leave their own, indelible mark. With four successful Low-Pitched events on their name, Aurélie Gradwohl and the L-P crew are...
April 3rd, 2015
A Bass Education
The (relatively) recent demise of Kryptic Minds resulted in dubstep’s latest existential crisis - similar to the one caused by Brett Bigden and Simon Shreeve’s arrival into the 140bpm arena. Their take on the 140 sound, moulded by founding father Loefah and influential tastemaker Youngsta, brought a...