|December 9, 2017|
Englishman-in-Berlin George FitzGerald has gone through several steps of his career before finally finding the final piece in the musical puzzle. After moving to Berlin he eventually discovered the deep-rooted techno of the notorious Berghain club which seemed to square with his experiences of dubstep and soon after got the patronage of fellow ex-pat Paul Rose aka Scuba – who would sign George to his Hot Flush label. Very quickly, in 2010, George threw aside his postgraduate studies deciding that “if I was going to do the music thing, I was going to do it properly, not just knock out a few tunes at night after I got in from studying and clubbing, but really make it work.” He has a renewed love of DJing – “I don’t feel like I’ve got to showcase my own material any more – especially now my tracks have very little to do with the clubs – so I can really play exactly the kind of sets I want to!” We can’t wait to hear what he comes up in Culture Box this Saturday.
Black Box is opened by the Danish producer Nandu, who released at Constant Circles, Azzur, Rebirth and This And That this year. The closing set is delivered by the duo Baime fresh from their releases on Blindfold Recordings and Steyoyoke.
Meanwhile in Red Box we’ll bring you Flip from Noir Music and Djuma Soundsystem known for releases on Get Physical, SOSO and Crosstown Rebels to name a few.
– George FitzGerald
– Djuma Soundsystem