|Birth name||Joshua Steele|
15 January 1989 |
Towcester, United Kingdom
|Occupations||Producer, DJ, vocalist|
|Instruments||Vocals, Music Sequencer, Sampler, Synthesiser, Drum Machine, Personal Computer, Turntables|
|Labels||Circus, Big Beat, Atlantic Records|
|Associated acts||Doctor P, Guilherme Gouveia, Trolley Snatcha, Datsik, Excision, SKisM, Foreign Beggars, Example, Nero, Major Lazer, dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip|
Joshua Steele, known professionally as Flux Pavilion, is an English dubstep producer and DJ who's been performing since 2008.   He is the co-founder of Circus Records, along with Doctor P and DJ Swan-E. He is best known for his 2011 single "Bass Cannon", which peaked at number 56 on the UK Singles Chart, and was placed on the Radio 1 A-List. Along with Doctor P, Flux Pavilion presented the 2011 compilation album Circus One, to which he contributed four tracks. He is also best known for his song "I Can't Stop" from the Lines in Wax EP. In February 2011, Chiddy Bang created a freestyle to the song, which has appeared on their Peanut Butter and Swelly mixtape. In August 2011, the track was sampled by producer Shama "Sak Pase" Joseph for the song "Who Gon Stop Me" by Jay-Z and Kanye West from the hip-hop album Watch the Throne. On 5 March 2012, "I Can't Stop" was used in the viral Kony 2012 campaign. It was also previously featured in the 2012 video game SSX and the 2013 film The Great Gatsby. In December 2011, Flux Pavilion was nominated for the BBC's Sound of 2012 poll, as one of only two independent artists on the longlist. Steele has also sung on multiple tracks for both himself and other artists, including "Voscillate", "Starlight" and "The Scientist". On 28 January 2013, he released his new EP, Blow the Roof, which was received generally favorably by critics. One of his songs, "Double Edge", is featured in the 2012 video game Need for Speed: Most Wanted. On 8 September 2013, Steele has announced a new EP to be released in October. That album, released on 11 November 2013, Freeway EP, consists of his big hit, some call the "Dubstep Anthem," is Gold Love, which features the vocals of Rosie Oddie, in addition to vocals provided by "Flux Pavilion" himself, Steve Aoki and Turin Brakes.
(with Datsik & Excision)
|Nuke 'Em EP
(with Datsik, Tom Encore & Redline)
|Lines in Wax||
|Blow the Roof||
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"I Can't Stop"||2010||115||12||—||68||105||Lines in Wax|
|"Bass Cannon"||2011||56||9||—||—||—||Circus One|
[as Joshua Steele]
(with The Freestylers)
|"Jump Back"
(with SKisM featuring Foreign Beggars)
(with Doctor P)
|"Jah No Partial"
(with Major Lazer)
|—||—||—||—||—||Free the Universe|
|"Do Or Die"
(featuring Childish Gambino)
|2013||—||—||48||—||—||Blow the Roof|
(with dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip)
|—||—||—||—||—||Repent Replenish Repeat|
|"Cheap Crisps" / "How Dare You"||2008|
|"Family Fortunes (with Trolley Snatcha)" / "Steppa"||2009|
|"Air Raid" (featuring Doctor P)|
|"F*cking Noise" / "Digital Controller"|
|"Voscillate" / "Night Goes On"||2010|
|"How Rude" / "Show Off"|
|"Voscillate" (Roksonix Remix)[b]|
|"Got To Know" / "Normalize"|
|"Stinkfinger" (with Doctor P)|
|"Jump Back VIP"[d] (with SKisM featuring Foreign Beggars)||2013|
|"Come Find Me"[e] (with Cookie Monsta)|
|"Standing on a Hill"[f]|
- from All Stars EP
- released after Roksonix won remix contest; included in Circus One
- from Beats & Pieces
- from The Shady Bunch
- from Circus Two
- Free download in celebration of one million Facebook fans
|"Streets of Rage"||Picto||2009|
|"Sweet Shop"||Doctor P||2010|
|"All The Eastern Girls"||Chapel Club|
|"Gold Dust"||DJ Fresh featuring Ce'Cile|
|"Cracks"||The Freestylers featuring Belle Humble|
|"Louder" (with Doctor P)||DJ Fresh featuring Sian Evans||2011|
|"Don't Do That"||Culprate|
|"Must Be the Feeling" (with Nero)||Nero||2012|
|"Without You" (with Doctor P)||Dillon Francis featuring Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs||2013|
- Lift You Higher (featuring Lisa Hart)
- Get Me Out Of Here (with Steve Aoki)
- Jump Up High
|"Level Up"||2012||Sway||The Deliverance|
Awards and nominations
|2011||BBC Sound of 2012||Sound of 2012||Nominated|
- "Flux Pavilion Bio".
- "Flux Pavilion Bio, Music, News & Shows". DJZ.com. Retrieved March 7, 2013.
- DJ Pdex. "Features: Doctor P Interview". Kmag. Retrieved 17 May 2011.
- United Kingdom Chart Appearances:
- As 'Flux Pavilion' > ChartStats > Artist Profile > Flux Pavilion ChartStats, Retrieved 2011-05-12.]
- For "I Can't Stop" 
- As 'Flux Pavilion & Doctor P' > ChartStats > Artist Profile > Flux Pavilion & Doctor P ChartStats, Retrieved 2011-12-20.
- Vozick-Levinson, Simon (8 July 2011). "Jay-Z Previews 'Watch the Throne' in New York". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 12 August 2011.
- Burgis, Joe (5 December 2011). "BBC's Sound of 2012 list favours mainstream acts". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 16 April 2012.
- Excision, Datsik & Flux Pavilion – Boom EP Retrieved 2011-12-06.
- Nuke 'Em - EP by Datsik, Flux Pavilion, Tom Encore & Redline Retrieved Apr 21, 2009.
- Flux Paviilion 'Lines in Wax' - Extended Play Play.com, Retrieved 2011-12-06.
- "Twitter / Fluxpavilion: Breaking news: My brand new 8 Track EP 'Blow The Roof' is finished and its coming out December 3rd!". Twitter. Retrieved 29 October 2012.
- "Flux pavilion discography". Retrieved 24 June 2011.
- Peak positions for dance singles chart:
- For "Bass Cannon" > Top 40 Dance Singles > Week Ending > 23 April 2011 The Official Charts Company, Retrieved 2011-12-06.
- For "Superbad" > Top 40 Dance Singles > Week Ending > 24 December 2011 The Official Charts Company, Retrieved 2011-12-20.
- For "Daydreamer" > Top 40 Dance Singles > Week Ending > 12 May 2012 The Official Charts Company, Retrieved 2012-05-12.
- "I Can't Stop - Flux Pavilion". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved 2012-05-30.
- Flux Pavilion on Facebook
- Flux Pavilion on Myspace
- Flux Pavilion on Beatport
- Flux Pavilion on Discogs
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