Fabled Enemies Live! by Chris
February 21, 2012, 2:09 AM
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I’ve spoken just recently about my lack of multi-linguistic talent, but this one’s pretty simple…

Fabled Enemies are one of the select few artists to earn the Fuck the Radio ‘brilliant’ tag, and they sure did deserve it!

Finally bringing their dubstep/glitch-hop sound to the live stage, the guys need votes to play in Melkweg Amsterdam, and it’s so simple to vote that it should be a crime not to.

The website is in Dutch, but if I could figure it out, I’m sure you can too- and considering a substantial amount of my readership is from The Netherlands (hinting at the fact that you must need weed to enjoy my blog) I’m sure there won’t be any confusion when it comes to clicking this link -> http://www.groteprijsvan.nl/deelnemer/fabled-enemies/ and pressing the big blue button that says ‘STEM!’

Help ’em out!

You can also check out their music on this blog or at their Soundcloud page.

Censorship and Blogging by Chris

Last night, popular Melbourne-based dubstep music blog Daftwho? had it’s Mediafire account deleted in the wake of the US Government’s recent over-zealous crusade against online piracy, loosing 2,300+ songs.

Many of these songs were promotional copies that the artists had sent to Daftwho? with the hopes that their music would be promoted to a wide audience of potential fans. The blog was very successful for this purpose, with many underground and unheard-of artists gaining fans out of those who had downloaded their music off the blog for free.

As you probably know, Fuck the Radio also utilizes Mediafire to distribute its content and operates under a very similar posting model.  Copyrighted tracks have been posted on FTR in the past; however due to several DMCA clashes and several artists contacting me with requests for removal- I haven’t operated with that method for quite some time, instead opting to only promote artists who are already granting free promotional downloads, with a special focus on those who deserve more attention than they are getting for their creation.

Artists celebrate blogs such as Daftwho? and Fuck the Radio for sharing their creations, while the ‘content-mafia’ such as the RIAA cling to obsolete business models which primarily serve the industry’s business side rather than independent and highly talented artists. Recent lobbying of the government by these companies has resulted in legislation such as Stop Online Priacy Act (SOPA), Protect-IP Act (PIPA) (which we’ve all heard so much about) and the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) which threatens our civil liberties, freedom of speech, net neutrality, right to online privacy and damages creative freedom for artists.

Support independent record labels, support independent artists, support independent blogs and music.

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Fuck the Radio Brilliance Vol. 1 by Chris
December 31, 2011, 1:00 AM
Filed under: MIXTAPE | Tags: , , ,

Happy New Year!

It’s been an exciting year for Fuck the Radio in 2011, more than tripling the average daily reader count- receiving  several DMCA complaints, and the launch (and subsequent censorship) of the Fuck The Radio Radio Show.

Regular readers will be familiar with the coveted ‘brilliance’ tag on the blog- awarded to tracks that are truly in a class of their own. For new years this year I’ve collected said brilliant tracks into one neat little package. For your downloading pleasure. This very special Fuck the Radio Brilliance Vol. 1 contains every track (that did not receive a DMCA take-down shake-down notice) tagged as brilliant since the blog’s creation.

You can find it HERE

The track-listing goes:

OpiuoRobo Booty

El Ten ElevenHot Cakes

Stateless – Ariel

Fabled Enemies The Prophecy

Nosaj Thing 1685/Bach

Lemon Jelly – Page One

Pretty Lights – Something’s Wrong

James Blake Air and Lack Thereof

Skream Midnight Request Line

Secret Knives – Black Hole

A.Bliss.Abyss Sakajaweea

Inaudible – Echo Chamber

Polographia – Righteous Hit

😀 It’s a MUST HAVE for anybody looking for some great new music, with genres including dubstep, glitch-hop, chillwave and shoegaze- it’s a great example of the sounds the Fuck the Radio blog loves so much.


In addition to the mixtape, you can find the complete 2010 and 2011 catalogues here (2010) and here (2011) for some more music if you like!

Now 2012 is a New Year and there are several ideas in the works to make even FTR bigger and better. The most important change will be that the focus will now be on independent and largely undiscovered artists that I come cross in my digi-digging. Remember, if you are an artist yourself- keep sending in links to your music at fucktheradio@dubcage.com or even on facebook.com/ftheradioblog.

Now it’s New Years, time to get drunk.

Fuck the Radio Radio Show by Chris
December 19, 2011, 1:15 PM
Filed under: Radio | Tags: ,

Fuck the Radio in conjunction with DUBCAGE brings you the first (and likely last) FTR Radio Show  on 88.3 Southern FM.

Tracklist and download link here: http://soundcloud.com/fucktheradio/fuck-the-radio-radio-show-19

edit: A faster download link here

Fuck the Radio Radio Show by Chris
November 6, 2011, 11:59 PM
Filed under: Radio | Tags: ,

The first ever Fuck the Radio Radio Show is on air! Soundcloud!

Stream live the recording here:

“Nerves were high in the 88.3 Southern FM studio as Chris (head writer of Fuck the Radio Blog) presented his first ever un-assisted solo radio show on Australian airwaves. Listen as he stumbles through this impromptu messy shamble of a radio show. And enjoy the music while you’re at it!”

(Artist – Trackname)

Clifford Gilberto – Deliver the Weird (Dorian Concept remix, b& re-remix)
Ratatat – Loud Pipes
Rustie – Ultra Thizz
James Blake – Limit to Your Love
Bibio – Fire Ant
Fabled Enemies – The Prophecy
A Bliss Abyss – Exxtra X
Oipuo – Robo Booty
Pretty Lights – Finally Moving
Unkle – Glow
Doctor Rockit – This is the End



November 3, 2011, 4:15 PM
Filed under: MIXTAPE, Party | Tags: , ,

Fuck the Radio is now on Facebook! And what better way to celebrate then release another famed Fuck the Radio Mixtape!

Beef up your iTunes/iPod/whatever with this 20-track glorified DJ set by Bee Ampersand. And while you are at it, give the Facebook page a like!




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