His buddy and Border Community bandmate James Holden turned his ‘The Sky Was Pink’ into a massive crossover hit, but there’s more to British producer Nathan Fake than just that. His releases on Ninja Tune and his own label Cambria Instruments very from atmospheric techhouse to shoegaze-influenced downtempo, always treading the fine line between club and experiment.
On his last record ‘Providence’, Fake pushed his techno into the sound of noise- and ambient-producers like Tim Hecker and Ben Frost. It’s an intense trip, which sees Fake exchanging the cinematic and rather pastoral atmosphere of his earlier albums with a far darker sound. New album ‘Blizzard’ will be released in 2020 and will continue his urgent and at times ear-pummeling “Live AV” show.