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15 Jan 13
12 Nov 12
Review: Described as being a glimpse into his own brain, Theo Keating aka The Wiseguys, aka Fake Blood's new album is finally here. Kicking off with a tension building semi classical/semi hoover bass-led intro ("Yes/No"), the album quickly kicks into party mode with the filtered-disco fun of "Airbrushed". Other highlights include the punishing bass frequencies of "Phantom Power", the lighters-in-the-air anthem "Let It Go", the apreggiated disco in a waltzer that is "Sideshow". However it's the dancefloor-orientated electro-disco of both "Soft Machine" and "Contact" that'll get really get dancefloors moving.
13 Nov 12
11 Sep 11
Review: Back after too long away from the new releases racks, Fake Blood returns with this haunted trio of electro-tech beauties. Long anticipated, they are sure to satisfy expectations - with "Deep Red" evoking a John Carpenter movie, "Voices" creating a murky web of sine chords and analogue bass and best of all, the urgent stomp of "Medieval", which sounds as though a antique harmonium has been pumped full of steroids thanks to waves of bass and distressed bleep leads that are fed over the ancient chords.
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17 May 13
Review: Former Wiseguy DJ Touche (aka Theo Keating) has reinvented himself a few times, most successfully of course as Fake Blood. Under this moniker he created a huge hype as to the real identity of this mysterious producer. Now he has achieved every DJ's dream - to release a Fabric mix album. On it we see his style shift once more; decidedly less noisy than his own earlier output, this a thrilling journey that begins with some tribal house vibes and ends with euphonic electro-pop, taking in baile funk, tech-house, vintage jack and bassy techno along the way.