Sebastian Weingartshofer’s path into music would’ve been almost inconceivable 10 years ago. In 2010 he created his own YouTube channel under the name Skankandbass as a way of sharing his favourite drum & bass tunes, and within a few uploads he’d started to grow his own online following making full use of the constantly developing digital sphere and the opportunities it provides.
Weingartshofer carried on seeking out the best forthcoming D&B, and once his channel properly took off he used his online profile to start throwing his own parties. Nowadays, the rising talent runs his own artist roster looking after artists like Dimension and 1991, and he’s also started playing regularly with us at FABRICLIVE.
Most recently he joined us in Farringdon back in March, where he set the mood in Room One ahead of 1991 with a peppering of up-front rollers with more classic 170BPM cuts. With his next appearance with us coming up in just over a week alongside the likes of Netsky and Friction, we agreed with Weingartshofer to unlock the first 90 minutes of his set to give an idea of what we should expect when he returns.