No FAKE-ing this.. Fake Blood & Sinden

2 04 2009

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I LOVE FAKE BLOOD, i have followed this guy since the start of this mysterious identity of producer/DJ Fake Blood. aka (dj Touche).

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FAKE BLOOD…

Bursting into our consciousnesses with his murderous re-working of The Black Ghosts’ Any Way You Choose To Give It, Fake Blood then painted the town red with a diverse series of remixes for acts including Armand Van Helden, Bonde Do Role, The Kills, South Rakkas Crew, Unkle and the legendary Underworld.

He soon delivered with his debut original Mars, the dangerously infectious rave melody that managed to find its way on to virtually every “Best of 2008” list.

Having wowed us at Parklife, Fake Blood returns with new productions for Hot Chip and star-in-the-making Little Boots that will ensure he remains the name on everyone’s lips in 2009.

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SINDEN…

Sinden, the man behind the Get Familiar parties at London institution Fabric, first grabbed our attention with his collaboration with Switch. The duo’s original productions Din Da Da, Me Mobile, and Red Hot, as well as remix work for Lady Sovereign, Bugz in the Attic and Radioclit popularised the sound facetiously termed “fidget house”.

2007 saw Sinden pair with Joshua Harvey (aka The Count/Herve/Voodoo Chilli) to revolutionize the UK underground scene through club heavy-hitters Tamborzuda, Beeper and Hardcore Girls.

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A furious touring schedule with the likes of A-Trak, Steve Aoki and Boys Noize, and the recent release of his Fabric Live 43 compilation has spurred Sinden’s transition from underground talent to international star, a reputation with can only increase thanks to his participation in the Machines Don’t Care project and further remix love for Bjork, Crystal Castles and Metronomy.

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2 04 2009
Mat Cant

Nice post adam… but buy your fake blood/sinden tickets from me! hahaha




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