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Flava D

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6 events


Artist
Bass Music
Bassline
Drum n Bass
Grime
House
Tech House

6 Upcoming Events

Sat
20
Jul
Bassfest Summer Festival 2024
Don Valley Bowl, Sheffield
From 11:00AM
Sat
17
Aug
Elrow Town London
PARSLOES PARK, Dagenham
From 12:00PM

5 Upcoming Festivals

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18+
Bassfest Summer Festival 2024 at Don Valley Bowl
Bassfest Summer Festival 2024Sat 20th Jul11:00 am - 10:30 pmDon Valley Bowl, Sheffield
18+
Hospitality On The Harbour 2024 at Bristol City Centre Lloyds Amphitheatre
Hospitality On The Harbour 2024Sat 3rd Aug12:00 pm - 10:30 pmBristol City Centre Lloyds Amphitheatre
18+
Hospitality In The Woods 2024 at Beckenham Place Park
Hospitality In The Woods 2024Sat 17th Aug12:00 pm - 10:00 pmBeckenham Place Park, Beckenham, Greater L
18+
Elrow Town London at PARSLOES PARK
Elrow Town LondonSat 17th Aug12:00 pm - 10:30 pmPARSLOES PARK, Dagenham
16+
Sundown Festival at Norfolk Showground
Sundown FestivalFri 30th Aug12:00 pm - 11:00 pmNorfolk Showground, Norwich

Biography

On the face of it, the Bournemouth born Flava D’s outlook on her career seems pretty simplistic: she likes to make music, constantly. And although there’s undoubtedly a whole lot more planning and thought that goes into the thinking behind the timing and positioning of her releases, she’s maintained the purity of that initial enthusiasm and it’s helped her go from selling bundles of short loops on Myspace to headlining club nights and festivals and releasing well received album projects (such as her FABRICLIVE 88 mix and the TQD album UKG) in a matter of six short years.

Ever since the appearance of ‘Hold On’, her 2013 debut release on the Butterz label, Flava D’s ably established herself as a player working in that furtive arena where garage, grime and bassline music intersects. More than adept at making the wonderfully smooth and bumpy UKG of tracks like ‘More Love’, she’s also demonstrated a knack for producing harder hitting club cuts like ‘In the Dance’ and her remix of ‘Rhythm & Gash’. It’s precisely that kind of widened scope she explored and demonstrated to the fullest in the making of FABRICLIVE 88 when she set herself the task of producing 90% of the music used on the mix herself.

As a core part of the Butterz camp she’s found a crew that’s positively blossomed from the incorporation of her music and as a result of that relationship she’s collaborated with luminaries like Wiley and My Nu Leng, toured the globe and [possibly more importantly] been afforded a position where she’s encouraged to just make music, constantly.

Flava D's latest venture sees her exploring the Drum N Bass world in which she has always had a place in her heart for, featuring on Hospital Records with two tracks titled 'Return To Me' and 'Human Trumpet'

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Biography

On the face of it, the Bournemouth born Flava D’s outlook on her career seems pretty simplistic: she likes to make music, constantly. And although there’s undoubtedly a whole lot more planning and thought that goes into the thinking behind the timing and positioning of her releases, she’s maintained the purity of that initial enthusiasm and it’s helped her go from selling bundles of short loops on Myspace to headlining club nights and festivals and releasing well received album projects (such as her FABRICLIVE 88 mix and the TQD album UKG) in a matter of six short years.

Ever since the appearance of ‘Hold On’, her 2013 debut release on the Butterz label, Flava D’s ably established herself as a player working in that furtive arena where garage, grime and bassline music intersects. More than adept at making the wonderfully smooth and bumpy UKG of tracks like ‘More Love’, she’s also demonstrated a knack for producing harder hitting club cuts like ‘In the Dance’ and her remix of ‘Rhythm & Gash’. It’s precisely that kind of widened scope she explored and demonstrated to the fullest in the making of FABRICLIVE 88 when she set herself the task of producing 90% of the music used on the mix herself.

As a core part of the Butterz camp she’s found a crew that’s positively blossomed from the incorporation of her music and as a result of that relationship she’s collaborated with luminaries like Wiley and My Nu Leng, toured the globe and [possibly more importantly] been afforded a position where she’s encouraged to just make music, constantly.

Flava D's latest venture sees her exploring the Drum N Bass world in which she has always had a place in her heart for, featuring on Hospital Records with two tracks titled 'Return To Me' and 'Human Trumpet'

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