Since discovering Nathan Fake's debut record ‘Outhouse’ in 2003 and album ‘Drowning In A Sea Of Love’ in 2006 we’ve been hooked on his unique take on techno and shoe-gazed electronica. He’s been responsible for developing not only some of the most original electronic music in the past decade but also our own personal music tastes.
We met with Nathan last December in London to ask him questions that we’ve wanted to ask since discovering his music. In the interview Nathan reveals his relationship with with James Holden’s Border Community imprint and how his music has developed since his last album ‘Hard Islands’.
Nathan’s mix explores a variety of tempos and genres featuring a choice selection of tracks from Four Tet, STL, Platikman, Martyn, Kenny Larkin, Lukid, Wesley Matsell, James Holden and Brothomstates.