T. Williams has been honing his talent and exploring his varied influences for a deceptively long time now. Signed at 17 to Jon E Cash’s Black Op’s, with ‘Invasion’ he quickly took the grime and bass world by storm. His meticulous production and combination of different genres forges a sound full of energy, always contianing the unique elements that make it unmistakably a Williams track.
Friday 18th September sees T. Williams takes over Fabric’s room 1 along with Groove Armada we caught up with him ahead of that to find out more about his favourite London hangouts:
I’ve enjoyed shopping in this record store for many years. The friendly, chilled, atmosphere is second to none and also the awesome recommendations I get from the staff. A great afternoon out in London for me.
Hill Top Roti
Based in west Londons on Drayton Green Road W13 is my favourite spot to go to grab my favourite caribbean dish Roti. Worth the journey out to west ealing every time.
The Old Orchard Pub
Any spare sunday I have a cycle to the orchard pub for great food, drink and a peaceful view is always needed. An amazing pub in suburbs of London.
After seeing Julio Bashmore perform here at its recent opening its become a top space for music in the city for me.
Oxygen Free Jumping
Basically a room filled with trampolines, obstacle courses and parkour tracks. Just amazing recommend to anyone who wants have fun whilst having a work out.