Win Tickets To See FKJ Live @ Electric Brixton, London

Win Tickets To See FKJ Live @ Electric Brixton, London

Shut The Front Door are excited to welcome Parisian Electronic producer FKJ for his BIGGEST London showcase yet, performing his incredible live set. This is the official London date for his debut album ‘French Kiwi Juice’ tour taking place at one of London’s largest venues – Electric Brixton. XS Noize have 2 pairs of tickets to give away to lucky readers.

To be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets, simply Like our Facebook page HERE and send your answer to the following question to

Q: What age was Fenton when he began composing his first songs?

Good luck!

FKJ aka Vincent Fenton, was firstly sound engineer in cinemas before beginning his career in music. Music has always been a part of his life, indeed he started to compose songs at 13 and recorded his first track at 14, in his uncle’s studio. This self-taught man is also a multi-instrumentalist and mastered everything in studio and on stage. FKJ is an accomplished musician who plays the guitar, bass, saxophone, piano and many more.

FKJ was revealed in 2013 by his single ‘Lying Together’. Two EPs then followed this track – Time For A Change (2013) – encountered a big success and have introduced the artist to the public, which helped the second – Take Off (2014) – to cross borders and seduce an international public. Today, FKJ has sold EPs and performs everywhere across the world. Many world tours allowed him to play in Asia, North America or Europe and thus to expand his fanbase.

FKJ’s last London headline show sold out in advance, so be sure not to miss his biggest one yet!

FKJ (Live) + Support TBA

Friday 16th June | 7pm-11pm Electric Brixton, London


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Mark Millar is the founder of XS Noize and looks after the daily running of the website as well as hosting interviews for the weekly XS Noize Podcast.Mark's favourite album is Achtung Baby by U2.

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