About Dub FX
Dub FX is a worldwide street performer and studio recording artist from St Kilda, Melbourne, Australia. After playing and singing in a band called Twitch, he set out solo when he moved to Europe. His trademark is creating rich live music using only his own performance aided by Live looping and effect pedals combined with his voice, creating intricate hip hop, reggae and drum and bass rhythms.
Dub FX uses a Boss RC-50 Loop Station along with a GT-10 effects pedal to create vocal-only beats, and then sings & raps over the top. His music is infused with drum and bass, hip-hop and dub step influences and has the power to turn heads of all backgrounds across the world with his prolific street based performances. After having built up a solid fan-base, he has released several records, including a solo album, Everythinks a Ripple, and many collaborative works. He still travels the world, and seems set to bring looper pedals some much deserved attention from across the genres.
The artist travels and performs with his fiancée, Flower Fairy, whom Dub FX first met in Manchester, where she joined him in his travels around the globe to busk for the public. She’s usually seen selling CDs during his performances, in addition to performing a few songs herself.
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