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Foreign Beggars are a British hip hop and dubstep group. Since their formation in 2002, the group's unique trajectory has seen them evolve from an underground hip hop group to an electronic crossover act. The group consists of four artists individually known as Orifice Vulgatron (MC), Metropolis (MC), DJ Nonames and Dag Nabbit (producer). Orifice Vulgatron and Metropolis have combined with Noisia to make the side project and supergroup "I Am Legion".[1] They released their collaborative album I Am Legion on 2 September 2013.

Foreign Beggars made their start producing several singles and albums on their own Dented Records imprint. In 2011 they teamed up with the Never Say Die label on The Harder They Fall EP. Following a diverse series of singles for mau5trap released on 2012, the group released its new album The Uprising on the deadmau5-helmed label. In celebration of the release of the album, Foreign Beggars have been on UK and North American tours to showcase their new material in the live arena.


DJ Nonames, Paaspop 2014

Orifice Vulgatron, Paaspop 2014
Orifice Vulgatron and Dag Nabbit met in Dubai playing in metal, grunge and indie bands as early as 1993.[citation needed] They later formed a group making hip hop in 1996/1997 and soon after started throwing DnB house parties and raves in sports halls and ballrooms. Dag Nabbit moved to Norway in 1998, Orifice Vulgatron to London in 1999, both continued to produce, promote and perform. The duo regrouped in London, set up a studio and continued promoting, hitting pirate & internet stations, performing at raves such as Dekefex, Kung Fu, Rollercoaster, and the legendary Telepathy, whilst supporting and booking the likes of Andy C, Mampi Swift, Dj Craze, Skinnyman, Skibba, Shabba, Det, Ed Rush and Optical etc.[citation needed]

DJ Nonames also met Metropolis at university in 2000. They soon joined hip hop and funk band Focused Few and began throwing warehouse parties and touring. Orifice Vulgatron was introduced to Nonames through DJ Gizroc, then part of the Mixologists Crew, whilst working on sound and lighting for "The Wizard of Oz", where Nonames was doing the entire sound with a Technics 1210, a vestax 05 and a "Wizard of Oz" vinyl. By late 2002 Orifice Vulgatron and Dag Nabbit decided to release Foreign Beggars on their own imprint Dented Records and started performing and recording alongside DJ Nonames, Metropolis and beatboxer Shlomo.

"Stray Point Agenda"
Foreign Beggars second studio album entitled Stray Point Agenda was released in November 2006. The record described as darker than their original release featured guest production from Oh No (Stones Throw) and Ninja Tune’s recording artist DJ Vadim as well as guest spots from Dr. Syntax, Skrein, Dubbledge, Graziella, Wildchild and Dudley Perkins. Prior to the release of the album, the singles "Let Go" (featuring Wildchild) which featured the B-sides "Million Skill March" (featuring Wildchild, Dr. Syntax & DJ IQ) and "Crying Shame" (featuring Dr. Syntax) and the single "Slow Broiled Ilk" (featuring Oh No) which featured the B-sides "Backdraft" and "Hot Plate" (featuring Dubbledge) were released to promote the album. A video for "Slow Broiled Ilk" was also released. Following the release of the album, the single "Black Hole Prophecies", produced by DJ Vadim, was released on 16 April 2007. The single also includes the "Wild Wild East" remix, which was produced by UK rap artist Jehst, and the B-side track "In It for a Minute" (featuring Graziella).

Foreign Beggars ‎– Stray Point Agenda
Dented ‎– DNT 014LP
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
Nov 2006
Electronic, Hip Hop
Grime, Hip Hop, Conscious
Tracklist Hide Credits
A1 Intro
Producer – Dag Nabbit
A2 Reel Fire
Producer – Dag Nabbit
A3 Slo Speed
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Scratches – DJ Nonames
A4 In It For A Minute
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Scratches – DJ Nonames
Vocals, Featuring – Graziella
A5 Clockwork Skit
Producer – Dag Nabbit
B1 Confessions Of A...
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Vocals, Featuring – Graziella
B2 To Be A Memory
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Vocals, Featuring – Dudley Perkins
B3 Black Hole Prophecies
Producer – DJ Vadim
C1 On A Winter's Day
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Rap, Featuring – Ravi Shakti
C2 Interlude
Producer – Dag Nabbit
C3 Backdraft
Producer – Dag Nabbit
C4 Slow Broiled Ilk
Producer – Oh No
C5 Hot Plate
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Rap, Featuring – Dubbledge
C6 Shlonames Piece
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Recorded By – Bruce Wood, DJ Nonames
D1 Let Go
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Rap, Featuring – Wildchild (2)
D2 Reach Out
Producer – Dag Nabbit
Rap, Featuring – Dr. Syntax (2)
D3 Clouds Skit
Producer – Dag Nabbit
D4 The Coming
Producer – Moschops
Rap, Featuring – Dr. Syntax (2), Skrein
Companies etc
Recorded At – Dented Studios
Mixed At – Sound Authority
Mixed At – Politbureau
Mixed At – Dented Studios
Recorded At – Touchwood Audio
Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dented
Copyright (c) – Dented
Artwork, Design –
Executive-producer – Dag Torgersbraten, Pavan Mukhi
Mastered By – Alan Mawdsley (tracks: B3, D1), Dan Massie (tracks: A1 to A5, B1, B2, C2 to C6, D2 to D4), Naweed* (tracks: C1)
Mixed By – Alan Mawdsley (tracks: A1 to A3, C3 to C6), Dag Nabbit (tracks: A4, A5, B1, B2, C1, C2, C6, D1 to D3), Moschops (tracks: D4)
Recorded By, Mixed By, Arranged By [All Vocals] – Dag Torgersbraten, Ebow Graham, Pavan Mukhi
All tracks mastered @ Metropolis except "On A Winter's Day" @ Whitfield Street; "Let Go" & "Black Hole Prophecies" @ The Sound Authority
All tracks recorded @ Dented Studios London
A1 to A3, C3 to C6 mixed @ Sound Authority
B3 "Black Hole Prophecies" mixed at the Politbureau
A4, A5, B1, B2, C1, C2, C6, D1 to D3 mixed @ Dented Studios
D4 "The Coming" mixed @ Synapse Studios, Dublin
All vocals except "Backdraft" recorded, mixed & arranged @ Dented Studios
"Shlonames piece" recorded @ Touchwood Studios, Leeds & Nonames' abode.

Foreign Beggars ‎– Slow Broiled Ilk
Dented ‎– DNT 011, Casual Records ‎– LOUPE 022
Vinyl, 12"
08 May 2006
Hip Hop

A1 Slow Broiled Ilk
Producer, Rap [Featuring] – Oh No
A2 Backdraft
A3 Slow Broiled Ilk (Instrumental)
Producer – Oh No
B1 Hot Plate
Rap [Featuring] – Dubbledge
Vocals – Aurelius (2), Lena (4)
B2 Hot Plate (Instrumental)
B3 Backdraft (Instrumental)
Arranged By – Prock Jesus
Mixed By – Alan Mawdsley
Producer, Arranged By – Dag Nabbit