July 22nd, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

FKOF Sessions – July 2015

FatKidOnFire Presents

This is the latest instalment of the FatKidOnFire Sessions – broadcast live on Chew… It’s the seventeenth show in the series, hosted by our very own Korrupt – with assistance from the chatroom crew and everyone locked from across the world. Big love to all the artists and labels...

March 21st, 2015

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By: FatKidOnFire

Tony Rocky Horror x FatKidOnFire

[Artist Highlight]

It's seemingly a running theme - this "America's making dubstep and we're loving it" thing we've got going on at the moment. Our Stateside siblings have seriously stepped up over the last few months - and our latest FKOF Artist Highlight is a perfect example of this... Initially coming across our...

January 18th, 2015

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The great Fire of London

Wheel & Deal x Fire x FatKidOnFire

Things have been a bit quiet here on FKOF over the last two weeks. I've been heads down on getting Chew off the ground (thanks to everyone who's contributed in any way - hugely appreciated), Korrupt's been keeping the SoundCloud ticking over and we've all been pitching in on the FKOF social accounts when...

December 7th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Proxima

FatKidOnFire Presents #18

He's not been long in the game, but the latest addition to our FatKidOnFire Presents series is one of the most prolific producers on the scene. Proxima's responsible for a stupid amount of anthems - both released and dub - and calls the legendary Tempa Records home. Oh, and he's Icicle's cousin. The...

December 7th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Axis in Rotation

FKOF Review

“So you laydeez like real dubstep, yeah?” Yeah, Mr. Smoking Area Man, we do. Despite being relatively 'new' listeners, we've been welcomed with open arms, integrating with ease into the community. We (my friend, M, and I) now live for the packed floors filled with steppers, peaceful vibes and...

November 30th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Surge – Alphawolf EP

FKOF Review

There are many labels pushing the boundaries of the dubstep sound these days - both new and old imprints flying the flag in their own individual ways. One such label that's been consistently impressing us is Walsh's Biscuit Factory Records. You can track the evolution of the genre with the label - with...

October 21st, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

30 minutes of Silkie

A Bass Education

Silkie and smooth are two words that have always gone well together. It's a natural pairing. For most of his fanbase, Solomon 'Silkie' Rose effortlessly embodies the smooth musical Beauty in dubstep. Silkie's start followed the path of many early dubstep producers, trying his hand at...

October 6th, 2014

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30 minutes of Coki

A Bass Education

Some may say the beauty of dubstep lies in its moodiness and meditational vibe. This, perhaps, implies meditation cannot be achieved by raw, aggressive energy. But you'd be wrong to assume this implication is the case. If there is a producer that embodies this raw and aggressive side of dubstep, it is...

September 29th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Silkie – Silkie EP

FKOF Review

Another month and another absolutely ridiculous release from N-Type and the Wheel&Deal Records crew. October sees the label celebrate its 5th birthday (if you're free and in/ around London this Friday, come down and party!) with one of the craziest line ups I've seen in ages at - which is being...

July 29th, 2014

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By: FatKidOnFire

Leon Switch – Deadlock / Persepolisia

FKOF Review

Coming up to the last few days of the month, July has seen three of the biggest labels in dubstep feature releases here on FatKidOnFire. We started with Tempa (and Truth's How Strange EP), following with Wheel&Deal (and Demon's self-titled release). Tonight, we end the month with our third and...