Shortstuff at Fabric's 11th Birthday

The dubstep producer will be celebrating alongside one of the year's biggest line-ups for the superclub's non-stop weekender

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It's that time of the year again when Fabric, one of London's only remaining superclubs, will be throwing another massive birthday party. Now hitting 11-years-old, the pre-teen will be seeing two nights of havoc with Dub Police hosting Room One with Caspa, Emalkay, Breakage, The Others, N-Type VS. Hatcha, Trolley Snatcher, and Sound Proof alongside MCs Rod Azlan, Crazy D, and Dread MC. Meanwhile, Room Two will be home all night to Andy C, Scratch Perverts, Marcus Nasty, Kasra, Ali B, and Greenmoney before Blunted Robots take over upstairs with label owners Brackles and Shortstuff, Scratcha DVA, Doc Daneeka, and Martin Kemp, hosted by MC ASBO. The next evening, Saturday 16th will see the techno and house legends play - including Craig Richards, Terry Francis, Ricardo Villalobos, Innervisions' Dixon and Ame, Damian Lazarus, French ensemble dOP, London's own Floating Points and Kubicle DJs, Lee Burridge, Levon Vincent, Move D, Ryan Crosson, Tobi Neumann, and deep house producer Trus’ Me.

Shortstuff, who made his name as part of the Planet Mu and Ramp labels and running his Blunted Robots label with Brackles, will be bringing his blend of electronic beats and dub influences to Fabric on the Friday. We spoke to the South Londoner about what he eats for breakfast and what to expect from him.

WHAT'S…

...special about you?

I'm really good at crosswords.

...your worst vice?

Milkybars.

…the story behind your name?

I am not very tall, and by the time I realised it was a shit name, there was nothing I could do.

... your favourite sound?

A snare, as selected by J Dilla.

...your worst fashion secret?

I have snazzy pyjamas.

...your favourite website?

http://davequam.blogspot.com/ - He has the know-how.

... good for breakfast? 

Bloody Marys.

...at the top of your shit list?

George Osborne

...are you listening to now?

Mickey Pearce

How would you describe your work?

Poorly paid...

Fabric 11th Birthday, On & On & On.. Friday 15th October to Monday 18th October. Tickets: www.fabriclondon.comSat 11pm – Monday 5am.

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