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Dub FX is the guy who stands in the street and impresses the public with his beatboxing, music skills and general badassery. You know the deal, you’ve probably passed many a street performer and thought, ‘not bad’ in your time, but i guarantee if you saw this guy in action you’d stop dead in your tracks.

He’s been an internet sensation, wowing the online world since forever, way before David Guetta was spinning crap tunes and earning loads of money. And this is a little documentary celebrating his awesomeness.

Dub FX (real name Benjamin Stanford) 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 – And what a good move that was.

If that whetted your appetite for more of his amazing music here are some of the best ones that have been doing the rounds on YouTube for the past couple of years:

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Dub FX 18/04/2009 ‘Flow’ feat. Woodnote

Dub FX 10/10/2008 ‘Love Someone’

Dub FX 18/04/2009 ‘Made’

Dub FX 18/04/2009 ‘Soothe Your Pain’

Dub FX ‘NO REST FOR THE WICKED’ feat. CAde & Mahesh Vinayakram

Dub Fx – A little bit of dub – long version

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About Dub FX:
Dub FX (real name Benjamin Stanford) 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. He creates intricate hip hop, reggae and drum and bass rhythms.

Stanford travels and performs with his fiancée, Flower Fairy. Dub FX first met her in Manchester, after which she joined him on his travels around the globe to busk for the public. Flower Fairy can usually be seen selling CDs during Dub FX’s performances or on stage alongside Stanford when they perform several tracks together. She is also featured singing on tracks from Everythinks A Ripple, Wandering Love, and Time Will Tell.

Two songs from Everythinks A Ripple, Flow and Wandering Love, feature a street saxophonist named Mr Woodnote, who also uses similar looping techniques as Dub FX using a saxophone.

In 2010 Dub FX collaborated with Melbourne based producer Sirius and released the album titled: Dub FX and Sirius – A Crossworlds. Dub FX does not beatbox on this album. Any information on how Dub Fx and Sirius came to collaborate or met is unknown.

Dub FX is also part of the dubstep act Kila Mega Giga Tera, the other half being Glade Kettle (Distro)(aka Sirius) They have one song release to date on aquatic lab sessions volume 1. A CD and limited edition vinyl compilation released in 2009. Kila Mega Giga Tera also have an album[6] which was released in 2010. This album is called A Crossworlds.

Dub FX is completely independent using only: live performance, word of mouth, internet social networking and a number of easily accessible free samples. Dub FX is also the main founder of the label Convoyun.ltd which could be described as a co-op label for Dub FX’s own work and other people’s. To date artists that have released albums on Convoyunltd are: Flower Fairy, Sirius, Mr Woodnote, and Dub FX. With additional featured artists on separate songs of each album. Every album released through Convoy Un.Ltd has been produced by Dub FX with the exception for Dub FX & Sirius’s release, A Crossworlds, a collaboration album released in 2010 which revealed a much darker and instrumental sound.

His lyrics both address generalized world events and contemporary angst while suggesting individual based revolution through self-determination and engagement.

He also addresses issues of social importance, the most notable example being the song “Society’s Gates”, loosely based on the life of the philosopher Socrates.

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