Based in Krakow, Poland, Fidser has been connected to music since an early age. Piano was first, then came a discovery of the turntable and midi controllers. Fidser’s fascination with turntablism had him organizing and participating in scratch sessions, and even today, you can hear Fidser’s scratches on hip-hop tracks.
After several years of expanding his musical horizons through performing and collecting vinyls (anything from dub to breakcore), Fidser now concentrates on production in the realms of juke/footwork, trap, moombahton, post-dubstep, glitch-hop, future bass, and future garage. A serious passion for the amen break, deep subs, old-school Roland sounds, rave elements, glitch noises, cut vocals, and broken rhythms are what set Fidser’s music apart from the masses.
With his his debut solo EP Check This Out on Polish label Concrete Cut just around the corner, now is just the beginning for this hugely promising artist. Even prior to his track (“Watch Dis”) included on the recently released World Wide Juke Vol. 3 compilation, Fider had been turning heads – his first footwork experiments were mentioned on taste-making blog Generation Bass. Fidser has also recorded sets and podcasts for Liminal Sounds, Radiofonia, Glitch-hop.pl, Lineout.pl and Break.fm.