Solid Steel 25th Anniversary Retrospective on FACT Magazine

Solid Steel 25th Anniversary Retrospective on FACT Magazine

Celebrating a quarter century of radio broadcasting and stellar musical selection, FACT take an in-depth look back on the greatest milestone's in Solid Steel's 25 year trajectory speaking to the very originators: Coldcut (Matt Black & Jon More) and DJ Food, with words from Darren "DK" Knott and Ninja Tune label manager Peter Quicke.

From the nascent pirate radio days of Kiss FM to regular parties down at London's Ruby Lo, and right through to the present day, Joe Muggs paints a rich depiction of the world's longest running mix series. Read the article in full here.

Huge thanks to everyone who came down to the 25th Anniversary celebrations in London and of course all the DJs involved. Make sure to check out the newly launched Solid Steel website to listen back to some legendary shows from the last 25 years, including last week's show hosted by Mr. Scruff.



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