We speak to the headliner for Five Easy Pieces' double party this weekend, which also features Maurice Fulton, Chairman Kato, Krystal Klear and Lapalux on the line-up
With some of the finest electronic line-ups to hit London as of late, Five Easy Pieces will be throwing two consecutive parties this Bank Holiday weekend. On 27 May, they've invited down the legendary Maurice Fulton, alongside their own signing Royalty, Illum Sphere and Ossie in support, plus Huntley's and Palmer's Auntie Flo, and Pictures Music's Chairman Kato to play The CAMP in Old Street.
If this wasn't electronic japes enough, their next soiree hits the Big Chill Bar on the Sunday for a non-stop all-dayer party with the likes of Krystal Klear, Nightwave, Lapalux, George Fitzgerald, and Royalty again. London-based producer George Fitzgerald, with solid EPs like 'The Let Down/Weakness' on Scuba's Hotflush Recordings under his belt, chats to Dazed before his set and his follow up of a stunning new EP out on Will Saul's AUS label. Easy peasy.
...your secret talent?
... your favourite sound?
Korg M1 House Piano
...your worst fashion secret?
A polo neck [shivers]
...your favourite website?
... the best thing about where you're from?
My cat, the air, and my family.
...your worst vice?
Procrastination and binge drinking.
...at the top of your shit list?
...are you listening to now?
Right this moment - Arovane, Tim Hecker and Telefon Tel Aviv. Not simultaneously, of course...
How would you describe your work?
Five Easy Pieces will be at The CAMP, Old Street, London on 27th May and The Big Chill Bar, Brick Lane this Sunday 29th