December 30th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

“To me, it’s all still dubstep”

Seven x FatKidOnFire

It's been a while since I've had the time to sit down and talk to Uprise Audio frontman Seven. And given everything he and the team have done with the label this year - not to mention the producer's recent long player - I figured that was an issue that needed fixing... I managed to track Eddy down...

November 29th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Underground Sessions

Mass LA Presents

It seems to be a fairly common running theme, hearing that promoters, artists or venues are struggling to hook events up these days. It's something I've struggled with at FKOF (although next month seems to suggest that may be changing) and it's something nearly everyone I've talked to - in every walk of...

September 18th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Seven & VisionZ ft. Jodie – Karma

FKOF Premier

Arriving on Uprise Audio's Live From The Future (Extended Edition) at the beginning of this year, bonus track Karma debuted the vocal talents of Jodie Elms and a collaborative effort between Seven and VisionZ. Having scrolled through the VisionZ SoundCloud account, it seems Karma may be the first...

August 28th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Shutnizza x FatKidOnFire

[Artist Highlight]

In my nearly five years of working on FKOF, I can count the number of times I've worked with a female producer or DJ on one (maybe two) hand. Whenever it arises, why that may be is always a topic that inspires debate in the predominantly male field that dubstep is these days. Thankfully, there are a...

July 30th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Indiji x FatKidOnFire

[Artist Highlight]

We've followed (and covered) the rise of Seven's Uprise Audio imprint here on FatKidOnFire since the early days of the label. As many suspected when it first surfaced, UA has gone from just another dubstep label to one of the most important new labels - homing some of the older, more established artists...

May 28th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Asylum – UA006

FKOF Review

Of the new bass music labels to appear in the past few years, there are few who have consistently made an impact on the sound as much as Edward Seven Berry’s Uprise Audio has. In its short two year history, the family of producers and DJs has been responsible for some of dubstep’s biggest releases -...

February 19th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Live From The Future (Extended Edition)

FKOF Review

Given the response the imprint has had since its launch, you'd be hard pressed to find a dubstep label taking off quite like Uprise Audio. Just seven releases into its catalogue, Uprise has scaled quicker than most labels do in their entire lifetimes - something that, if the upcoming release is...

February 8th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Straight to the Chemistry

Seven x FatKidOnFire

For those of you who've followed FatKidOnFire since the early days, you'll be well aware of London's Seven. The producer has been a regular on these here pages since we started - having played a formative part of my first few experiences of the dubstep sound some four or five years ago. Over the...

December 8th, 2013

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By: FatKidOnFire

Seven x FatKidOnFire

Celebrating An Uprising

Interviewing artists is often a very insightful experience and I find purposeful questions are a vital part of the interview philosophy. The reviewed ideas, motivations and beliefs are in a sense magnified through the interview process– while giving the artist a focused medium for expression. Getting a...

November 26th, 2013

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By: FatKidOnFire

Wayfarer – Afterlight EP

FKOF Review

After producing one of the year's anthems with 'Reflections', one of our favourite producers has returned to the label who gave it a home to release his debut EP... It’s hard to believe Uprise Audio are only six releases into their catalogue; given their popularity and near-enviable rise to the...