Fatboy Slim

Interviews

Why Has Fatboy Slim Invited Me To His House To Eat Paper?

He’s been DJing for more than two decades, so we talked about a lot besides that.
Oobah Butler
8.15.17
Features

Electronic Anthems from Turn-of-the-Century MTV We're Still Not Over

The years 1997 to 2003 were intergalactic AF.
Daniela Castro
6.27.17
Features

In Defense of Big Beat, the Annoying 90s Music Genre That Snobs Love to Hate

Embracing the good bits of a widely-dismissed music moment that gave us The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, and Fatboy Slim.
Jonny Coleman
10.14.16
Features

From Basement Jaxx to The Prodigy, Here's Five Unexpected Electronic Songs Used in Blockbuster Movies

With 'Suicide Squad' in theatres now, a look at superhero franchise soundtracks through the years.
Max Mohenu
8.5.16
thump news

Fatboy Slim and Idris Elba Have Recorded a Song Together Because Why Not

Unfortunately the collaboration isn't the next James Bond theme song.
Max Mertens
4.12.16
deep dives

Meet The Miniscule of Sound: The World's Smallest Nightclub

Bigger is certainly not always better.
Rebecca Krauss
10.14.15
edm

Here's What 10 Old (School) DJs Think About "EDM"

A delicious collection of shit-talking from around the internet.
THUMP Staff
6.3.15
Feature

Fatboy Slim: "Make No Mistake: EDM Will Crash and Burn"

How Norman Cook has stayed so smiley after all these years.
Josh Baines
6.2.15
Words

Bugged Out Weekender 2015 Turned a Vacation Park Into Clubbing Nirvana

A small town. The British seaside. Big DJs. The Bugged Out Weekender was heaven.
Josh Baines
1.23.15
Words

Talking Heads and Dancing Shoes: How Fatboy Slim Brought His Beats to Broadway

The UK rave legend breaks down how an odd encounter with David Byrne led to the creation of a glitzy musical about party girl and shoe-loving Filipino First Lady Imelda Marcos.
David Garber
11.25.14
switched on

"There Will Always Be a Need to Shake Your Booty": America’s Early Rave Days

Clubs kids, ravers, fashion and illegal warehouse parties collided to birth the nation’s Rave Generation.
THUMP Staff
9.11.14
Words

Seriously, What the Hell is Happening to Dance Music Videos?

Now that the MTV generation has passed, music videos live in a whole new world.
Lev Harris
6.4.14
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