April 8th, 2014

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Down The Mine

Duku & Sibla x FatKidOnFire

Having first met the duo during my Lithuanian dubstep adventure, and experiencing their skill behind the decks, I've been keen to feature Duku and Sibla here on FatKidOnFire in some form or other since returning from Vilnius. The duo co-founded, and are responsible for, Brighton's The Mine - one of the...

March 9th, 2014

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Leon Switch | Toast | Fokus

09/03/14

Our friends at Fokus are quickly becoming one of the finest (internet) radio startups, challenging the established stations with some of the best DJs and hosts to grace the airwaves. Tonight sees more of the same quality we've come to expect from Fokus, with a two hour debut show from Leon Switch and...

February 28th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

A Lithuanian Dubstep Adventure

Soundboys x FatKidOnFire

Last weekend, having worked with the collective for almost six months, I journeyed to Vilnius, Lithuania for my first time in the country to experience (and subsequently document) Soundboys in all their glory... Having spent the night in a (surprisingly comfortable) £40 room at the Easy...

October 23rd, 2013

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Kryptic Minds x FatKidOnFire

Osiris Music at Fabriclive

In a career that's spanned just under 15 years, produced two full length albums, more releases than I can think of (according to Discogs, if you want an actual number, it's 33) across the two genres of electronic music that the UK is arguably most known for, not to mention some of the most sought-after...

July 5th, 2013

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Out and About this weekend

It's been a while since the last Out and About post here on FatKidOnFire - in part thanks to my somewhat lacking social life but also thanks to all my favourite venues being shut down here in London, the birthplace of dubstep. So yeah. But luckily, there are promoters across the UK (and further afield,...

July 2nd, 2013

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Soundboys.LT x FatKidOnFire

[Event Highlight]

As I've said a few times previously, it continues to amaze me that the 140 dubstep sound has grown so big and traveled so far. Having done a few events here in London, the birthplace (by some arguments) of the genre, and across a few cities in Europe; there seems to be a larger appetite internationally...