Crossing over to Melbourne’s King of the Radio. Andras Fox presents the weird and wonderful on Strange Holiday, broadcasting every Sunday afternoon on our old stomping ground 3RRR FM. He’s also a freakishly talented producer who just added two new records to his discography – the ‘Embassy Cafe’ mini-album on Dopeness Galore and the fresh drop on Michael Ozone’s Home Loan Records ‘Erskine Falls’. Both exist in the world of modern classic, capturing the RBMA graduate’s contagious bounce and optimistic minimal melodies. Original tape recordings that are simultaneously contemporary in sound and difficult to carbon date, slipping comfortably between 80s Bruton Music, Rheji Burrell and Dam Funk. Check out the budding filmmaker’s promotional video too! On this episode Andras walks through a fragment of his collection which loosely informs the organic side of his productions.
Sydney we’re throwing a jam with the legendary Maurice Fulton next Friday 26 June. Details below!
symbols & instruments – mood (metaphysical mix)
begin – la conscience
ozo – anambra
papete – promessa de pescador
pitty mello – beira-mar
abel – magic feelings
k-maxx – eye on u
vera – special treatment
b-52s – big sleep
sandii – drip dry eyes
mauro macario – renee
minako yoshida – tornado
saint petersburg disco spin club – marwencol
**andras fox mix**
munju – moon you i
internationales gerauschorchester – atai (l’eau est chaude)
shiho yabuki – ki no nagare (the way of energy flow)
anselm spring – paradiesvogel
tupac amaru ft. dario domingues – by the round lagoon
thomas almqvist – sun signs
errol h. tout – a girl’s name
doug mcarthur – one eyed walden
will and james ragar – melting pot
munju – ixthuluh (lässig und leiwand)
denny lather – timeless
zenamon – thirteen little eights
kenneth nash – you’ve been there before
latul – new morning
johnny yoshinga & jogging – african juice
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After a 3-year wait, Goodgod and Noise In My Head team up to bring the legendary Maurice Fulton to Sydney this month.
Fulton’s career has been as eclectic as it’s been essential, with 15 years of dancefloor-driven exploration that has seen him traverse house, garage disco and leftfield techno. Through countless productions under his own name and numerous guises (Syclops, Boof, Eddie & The Eggs) to tastemaking remixes for Rhye, The Rapture and Alice Smith, Fulton has pushed the rules of electronic music time after time, earning himself a reputation as a legend of dancefloor manipulation.
A maverick artist who prefers to let his music do the talking, Fulton’s club performances are the perfect way to enter his world – a deep, soulful distillation of his formidable career by way of his coveted collection of tunes. His last set in Sydney is the stuff of legends where he deejayed for 6 heavenly hours – come prepared!