Chefal Started listening to and buying House n Garage around 1997, when it got darker and more bassline influenced but still kept up to date with the Jungle and D'n'B until bout 2002. Chefal's sound that he's pushing FWD>> foremost is Dubstep and the best bassed out Grimey beats. ''For me it’s the bassline that makes me feel a tune'',. Chefal hooked up with Benga and Skream many years back through Big Apple Records (Croydon) and has been the main DJ in the crew, Smooth Kriminals since so Benga and Skream could concentrate on the production side of things but watch out for some beats from Chefal soon.
Chefal rinses out the freshet dubz first from everybody who’s sound he's feeling including... Benga and Skream, Digital Mystikz, Loefah, L.D, Plastician, Cyrus, Tubby, N-Type, Conquest and Silkie, Walsh, Martyn, Burial, Kode 9, Clue Kid and Cotti, Pinch, Jakes, Kutz, Joker, Distance, Hijak, Kromestar n Cessman etc to name a few. The main ingredients of Chef's sets are energy and deep sub basslines whether it’s a half step roller or a 4x4 banger, anything goes. Chefal plays right across the board covering the full Dubstep spectrum, if Chefal likes it he’ll play it, simple.
''I play for the crowd and myself, if I’m not having a good time how can I expect the listeners and ravers to''? This year watch out for Chefal pushing some fresh talented producers including L.D, Mr P, Clue Kid n Cotti(4n4mat), Dcoy, Reptile, Point, 15's, Aggro, Pinch, Conquest and Zomby. Catch Chef djing @ DMZ and FWD on a regular (It's what Dubstep's about) and other events such as Subloaded, Skull Disco, SubDub, Dirty Canvas, Cor Blimey, D.O.T.S, Dubpressure, Renegade Hardware and Breakin Science pushing the Dubstep sound. Chef had been show surfing on a lot of the best and worst pirates, south of the river for over 7 years until he found his home @ Rinse Fm early 2004. It's all about Bass!! Official MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/dj_chef Read more on Last.fm.
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