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King Midas Sound: The Art of Intensity

As part of the Sonar 2010 festival in Barcelona, FFF caught up with King Midas Sound; made up of the ever-inspiring Kevin Martin (aka the Bug), Japanese vocalist Kiki Hitomi and dub poet Roger Robinson. In this episode, the three talk about their dedication to making albums in the days of ‘no-albums’, how to keep...

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Gang Colours: In Your Gut Like A Knife

Gang Colours | In Your Gut Like A Knife | Brownswood Recordings | In Your Gut Like A Knife sets a high bar for urban electronica in 2011 and despite efforts to find anything dislikable about this release, it just doesn’t seem to be there. Like a moping ghost, Gang Colours (aka Will Ozanne) sound sways in...

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Gang Colours: In Your Gut Like A Knife

Hessle Audio: 116 & Rising

Various Artists | 116 and Rising | Hessle Audio | Hessle Audio’s first label compilation release 116 & Rising is a timely output that places the U.K based label firmly at the head of the bass bin vanguard. Existing fans will delight in the array of old favourites amongst the 12 new tracks available on...

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Hessle Audio: 116 & Rising

Mosca: “Well that’s niche, that’s bassline for you …”

2010 was a huge year for Mosca with his debut ‘Square One’ EP launching the Night Slugs label, from which ‘Nike’ was voted no.1 in XLR8R’s favourite tracks of 2010. Since then, he has teamed up with Fabric to release the instant club classic ‘Gold Bricks, I See You’ as well as remixing both Fourtet...

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Mosca: “Well that’s niche, that’s bassline for you …”

Pearson Sound / Ramadanman: Fabriclive 56

When i met with UK producer and DJ Ramadanman / Pearson Sound, on his Australian tour last year, what struck me was his deference to bass music culture as something that should be left free and foot stomping. Audibly in tune with this encounter is his forward thinking and rolling dance-floor mix for Fabriclive 56....

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Pearson Sound / Ramadanman: Fabriclive 56

Oneman: The DJ’s DJ

DJ Oneman is a DJs DJ. On a balmy summer night in Brisbane, i was lucky enough to catch a secret show with Oneman thanks to the DubThugs crew. Following a set featuring everything from The Police to Prince and Township Funk to Garage; we found out about his new record label, producing his own...

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Notting Hill Carnival RBMA Live Web Stream

In an Australia-wide exclusive, Forcefed Fistfuls Radio presents a live web stream from the Red Bull Music Academy’s sold-out Notting Hill Carnival event. The live performance will be streaming from this podcast episode Monday August 30th from noon to 7pm GMT+1 (11pm – 6am Brisbane time). Look for the RBMA Radio player below to listen...

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Notting Hill Carnival RBMA Live Web Stream

Dizz1: the Nod Navigators signee from Oz

Sydney based turntablist and producer Dizz1 has been involved in the music industry for over 10 years. Starting off as a DJ he has worked and performed alongside the world’s best such as Grand Master Flash, Jam Master Jay (RIP), Jazzy Jay, D Styles, A-Trak, Plus One, Melo D and JRocc (Beat Junkies). Dizz1 has...

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FFF goes Electropical on ABC Radio National

This Sunday, Forcefed Fistfuls joins forces with The Night Air on Radio National to take you on a sonic adventure through one of Europe’s biggest electronic music and art festivals, Sonar. You’ll meet musical robot designers, dance with the queen of dub-step Mary Anne Hobbs and play on a giant game boy in the streets...

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FFF goes Electropical on ABC Radio National

A discussion with Mary Anne Hobbs Part 2

This two part series of up close and personal interviews with BBC Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs is a unique insight into the leading lady of electronic music. In Part 2 we speak with Mary-Anne about her role in the international push of Dubstep and its splinter genres, and how quickly the hype grew,...

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A discussion with Mary Anne Hobbs Part 1

This two part series of up close and personal interviews with BBC Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs is a unique insight into the leading lady of electronic music. In Part 1 we speak with Mary-Anne about her turbulent history working as a journalistic hopeful in the cutthroat British music industry and how she found...

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Tapas with Jackmaster & Spencer

Glaswegian DJ Jack Revill aka Jackmaster is seriously a man with more activities than hands to do them. In between slamming some of the dirtiest, no-holds barred party dj sets on this planet, he runs the Glaswegian club night Numbers, and labels Wireblock and Dress 2 Sweat. He and co label boss Calum Spencer joined...

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Waking up with Phra: Crookers

In a downtown hotel lobby in Barcelona, we spoke with Phra of the globetrotting superstars Crookers prior to their humongous Sonar by night event. Most famous for their crossover hit ‘Day n Night’ (actually a remix, the success of which completely eclipsed Kid Cudi’s original), Crookers combine a cheeky approach to sonic editing with growly...

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Music and space with Cardopusher

Born in Caracas, Venezuela, now living in Barcelona, Luis Garbán aka Cardopusher is blurring the lines between music genres as easily as he crosses geographical borders. Having released his full length album “Unity Means Power” on Murder Channel late last year, and with a slew of EPs under his belt from True Tiger, Terminal Dusk,...

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Mike Slott: sitting down to make hip hop

On a balmy Sonar day we spoke to the nomadic Mike Slott about his approach to production and his experience at the Cape Town Red Bull Music Academy. Mike Slott’s musicality and experimentation makes for fine listening that ticks all the boxes. His bravery to explore percussive, textural soundscapes with shifting plates of synthetic melody...

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The Bug and Warrior Queen: In Conversation

On his last Globe-squatting mission of Terra Firma, Mr Cloak and Dagger was lucky enough to catch the Bug and Warrior Queen in San Francisco during their tour with Nine Inch Nails, just before their epic adventure to sound-murder Australia. Mr Cloak and Dagger accosted the legendary Kevin Martin (aka The Bug, Techno Animal) and...

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Joker: Live on Triple Zed, 102.1FM

  This Bristol bred DJ and producer comes with endorsements from the likes of Kode 9 for the BBC Radio 1 Experimental generation bass program and releases on both Hyperdub, Tectonic and Terror rhythm. Joker’s merging of rnb, hip hop, grime and dubstep took him to recently release Top of the Game, featuring the epic...

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Hudson Mohawke & Mamiko Motto: Live on Triple Zed, 102.1FM

Following on from their live show at the red lit bass bins of Bar Soma in Brisbane – Hudson Mohawke (Warp) and Samurai.FM Amsterdam DJ Mamiko Motto – joined Prince Nod at 4ZzZ, 102.1 FM for an exclusive live mix in Studio 2. This is 30 minutes of up close and personal mixing; from a...

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Hudson Mohawke & Mamiko Motto: Live on Triple Zed, 102.1FM

Peanut Butter Wolf joins us in the studio

In this episode, I am very excited to have dj, producer, and label owner – Peanut Butter Wolf, aka Chris Manak with me in studio 1 After flying in from Melbourne, as part of his Australian Tour, PbW ducked into FFF for a chat before heading off to play a DJ/VJ show in Brisbane at...

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Peanut Butter Wolf joins us in the studio

N-Type: live to air mix by World’s Best Dubstep DJ

Check it! N-Type is a dubstep DJ / producer / label owner from the deep south of the UK. He began mixing drum and bass in the late 90’s at the age 14, and more recently became resident at the prestigious night in shoreditch FWD>>, and is also one of the DJ’s on rotation at...

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N-Type: live to air mix by World’s Best Dubstep DJ