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London's most regular dubstep/grime night. With a loyal crowd of headz, and industry bods alike. The emphasis has always been on bubblin' vibes-with a serious upfront music policy. Expect phat underground beats, breakz and b-lines, with the freshest dubz the scene has to offer.

Saturday, November 25, 2006



Youngsta goes head-to-head with Loefah, DMZ @ FWD's 5th Birthday.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

whats with the MC's yo. Shit is corny.
when is this going to stop? just let the dj rock out without some cornball talking over. he is not doing anything for the music or the crowd.

mc's in dubstep and dnb are wack. straight up. stop killing the music.


5:34 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


a night needs a host, please take that into consideration when your listening to live recordings :)

11:02 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh i get the whole host thing...or the idea of it rather. but i disagree.

point being that

1) a host is not needed.
2) if a host "is needed", he or she does not need to speak throughout the whole engagement.

granted, this is only my opinion. but it is based on having gone to clubs for over 20 years.

in nyc, no dnb dj was ever "hosted".
no "nasa", "stuck on earth", "liquid sky" etc etc etc, party was ever 'hosted'.

the djs here, for instance, do not need to be 'hosted'. again, that shit is corny. i want to hear the music. not some washedup rapper that never made it and has now succumbed to 'hosting' a party.

no personal offense to the MC's in question either. i do not know them personally, so this is not a personal attack. this is a direct attack, however, on cock blocking music with random jabbering.

lets dead this once and for all.

fwd would be a great place for the jump off.


4:12 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That kid called Katorock, poor yankee, doesn't know about the scene. Compassion for him.


11:36 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Offer up something good, if not sit in your corner and STFU.

School me about the scene since you obviously know so much about it or do yourself a favor and think before you speak. I know the scene and have a legitimate argument. You son, do not.

Just because you attend a party or two does not make you knowledgable. This beef dates back to the early 90's as well, with the inception of jungle and dnb.

What I am suggesting here is that dubstep, like dnb, can do without it.


3:32 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I do have to agree, the MC on this recording who I have heard at FWD before can get very repetitive and a bit annoying. Especially because for the most part he uses the same three or four inexplicable phrases over and over again. To be fair though, even if it's repetitive, he does make the night more entertaining.

3:11 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CRAZY B rocks and that is all.

5:13 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


9:54 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

s'all good bruv, if you wernt there on the night you aint gonna vibe off it.

11:25 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Turning down the vox in the mix on these mp3s would be a great help - my ipod thing don't have an eq

But having listened to the casts for a year and finally getting down to fwd (hey! it's a 24hr flight for me ok!) I gotta agree that being there makes it all make sense

5:17 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, the NY dub scene is lame and amateur, you feckin' yankees are so provincial it hurts.

3:50 pm  
Blogger Unknown said...

The MC's yo? P.HOLE dont listen na...
Big man katorock/nyc na kno bout Richie Spice, Flow Dan, Bounty K, Skepta, Sizzla???


4:46 pm  

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