Originally broadcast on FBi Click on 14th July 2014, Repercussions #3 takes as its starting point one of the most successful electronic music acts in Australia, The Presets. Every great band has to start somewhere, and across the 60-min show, I look back to the band where Julian Hamilton and Kim Moyes first set off on their music career, a band called Prop.
Repercussions investigates the infinite connections in electronic music, past present and future, every week on FBi Click. Each 60-minute show follows an artist, genre, producer, subject, location or label and explores the influential tracks that exist in their orbit – before, during and after. Neither retro nor futurist, Repercussions celebrates the timelessness of electronic music, in all its forms.
In Episode #1, I present a selection of moments in electronic music that have resonated throughout time in one way or another, and the repercussions of these tracks are still being felt today.
I’m DJing along with all the new FBi Click crew at Goodgod Small Club tonight (June 27th). Here’s the blurb:
FBi Radio is launching a brand new digital station dedicated to dance and electronic music: FBi Click! We’re bringing together the best crews in the country to keep you dancing 24/7. Of course nothing’s official until there’s a party – so we’re taking over both rooms at Goodgod to kick this off with a bang.
Today, June 25th 2014, the insanely talented bods at FBi Radio launch a new station, FBi Click, exclusive to digital radio + simulcast online. After a short time in the wilderness, after the close of the New Weird Australia radio show, I’m heading back to the swivel chair to present a new show on FBi Click titled Repercussions. Navigating electronic music past, present & future, the show is available on FBi Click, on demand any time at fbiradio.com/click and will also be available via podcast.