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  1. Oct 13,  · Freq Nasty: FabricLive ‎ (CD, Mixed, Promo) Fabric (2) fabric84p: UK: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection /5(57).
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  3. Freq Nasty is a breakbeat pioneer, forging a sound that embraces all that is dark, powerful, bass-focussed and electro-based in breaks. His productions on the essential Botchit & Scarper label in the late `90s, most notably the classics "Boomin' Back Atcha" and "Underglass," still stand against today's productions as being incomparably futuristic/5(5).
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  6. His ground breaking FABRICLIVE 42 mix CD is out now on London super club Fabric’s own imprint, and he has a new artist album in the pipeline for HISTORY Santogold producer and collaborator, breakbeat innovator, and international DJ FreQ Nasty established himself as one of the UK dance music scene’s pioneers early on by producing many.
  7. Killa! - Freq Nasty - FabricLive Christmas and a happy New Year. No matter what new genre or new scene steals the media spotlight these days, FreQ Nasty has the wisdom and experience to see it for what it is. After all, the cycles have spun around countless times within his vast, expandable career.
  8. Bridging the gap between the most current scenes in London’s bass culture, FreQ Nasty rumbles with underground thunder on FABRICLIVE 42, a staggering showcase of some of the rawest breaks-led beats around. Evading the pitfalls of a genre-controlled mix.
  9. FreQ Nasty started his breakbeat career at Botchit & Scarper in the late nineties with his Underglass single. The single was cained by the masses and was featured on several DJ compilations (including Tipper's Hi Octane).

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