So last week we told you guys about an event Audio dOughnuts, BassDome and DBD Clothing were throwing at Cable. We’re not ones to turn down the chance to party so on Friday night we headed down with the trusty FatKidOnFire Lumix (which was badly behaved) and a Lomo fisheye to take photos and videos for those of you who couldn’t make it.
Peep the short write up below and have a look at a few of the pics/ vids that turned out ok. The rest of the photos are posted in the FKOF Facebook album and if you like any you see or want copies of any drop me an email…
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We got to Cable around 11 so unfortunately didn’t get to see Jack Le Roc start room 1 or T-Vicious open room 2 (but we heard they were dope). FKOF fam Soap Dodgers and the awesome Goli & Ashburner made sure things started off with a bang and the crowd that made it down from the start were loving it!
Goli & Ashburner (room 1)
Then Circus Records’ Funtcase turned up. Trust us when we say that this man knows how to spin the filth. He dropped banger after banger…
Funtcase (room 1)
Funtcase rocking DBD (thanks to Chris to the video) – we really, really want to know that the track is before “50 Calibre”!
…And got the crowd demanding reload after reload! I’m pretty sure every available hand was throwing the dubfingers skywards for the full 45 minutes whilst Funty was on the decks. Massive.
Hatcha TV’s Bannerworx kept things locked in room 2 during Funtcase’s takeover of room 1. Bannerworx had the sickest selection of dark dubstep I’ve heard in a long time and kept everything nice and murky!
Bannerworx (room 2)
The event had a selection of MCs to host the night; these guys held both rooms down and hyped everyone up! Mad skills and big vibes.
Tel Aviv’s Tomba took to the booth after Funtcase had finished his audio assault on room 1. I’d not come across Tomba before but the guy was amazing, I wasn’t surprised to find he’s signed to Borgore’s Gorestore label and also produces with the man who “ruined dubstep”. Absolute filth!
Tomba (room 1)
Apparently the crowd so thought so too – room 1 got fully rambo during Tomba’s set!
After Tomba room 1 saw Terror Danjah liven things up even more. After Funtcase I was most looking forward to seeing Terror and he didn’t disappoint. My favourite moment from Terror’s set was him mixing D Double E’s “Woo Riddim” into “Street Fighter Riddim”. I thought the floor was going to cave in!
Terror Danjah (room 1)
The hypemen kept things live throughout the night – always good to see!
Jay 5ive kept room 2 on its toes during the Terror Danjah takeover in room 1, bringing all sorts of awesome dubstep sounds.
After that, things got a bit hazy(/drunk) so the camera got put away and the party properly started. We’re waiting on getting the B&W fisheye film developed so expect to see more pics once that’s done.
Keep your eyes on Audio dOughnuts’ Facebook page as they’re posting their official photos and videos over the next few days.
A huge big up to everyone who came down; massive respect to Audio dOughnuts, BassDome and DBD and all the Djs/ MCs who made the launch night one of the biggest nights FKOF has been to in time! It was good to see the night getting so much love, the massive line up probably had something to do with it but still good to see people making the effort to come down and support.
If you’re up for another night that promises to deliver, hit the Rhythm Factory in East tomorrow night (9-3am) for Sai’s latest event. Rottun Records’ Downlink takes to the decks for his only London date this year so if you’re a fan of the Canadian Dj it’s definitely worth hitting the night. See you there!
Peace, love and respect.