UNDERDOG |THE LOOPS OF FURY REFIX
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As much as artists may try, it’s hard to run from your roots – just ask Australian outfit The Loops of Fury. Featuring the production partnership of Maximilian Clarke and James Wall, this creative collaboration dates back to their earliest days at school.
But where many young guys grow up falling in love with rock and roll, it was the early releases from the Prodigy, Crystal Method, Propellerheads and, that most influential of outfits, The Chemical Brothers that really got under their skin.
It’s been a fascination that’s never let up. First producing tracks and performing as Hyperion – the duo has now been reborn at The Loops of Fury. And if their latest work is anything to go by, the new name has brought with it a re-born creative drive.
Locked away in their inner Brisbane city home studio, Clarke and Wall are making some truly addictive music - fusing breakbeat, progressive and tech funk influences with an uncanny knack for some inspired sampling.
And it’s not just in the confines of their home that the outfit is making some impressive noise. To date, the duo has performed at some of Australia’s biggest festivals – Parklife, Future Music and Stereosonic – and their tunes have been picked up and thrashed by a diverse range of massive names – Sasha, Kissy Sell Out, D Ramirez, Plump DJ’s, Meat Katie…
Their debut single under the new moniker “Flick The Switch” is set to drop on UK label U&A Recordings in July. This is arguably their strongest work to date and features remixes from HiJack, DJ Dan & Mike Balance, and Mike Hulme. The original mix has already picked up slabs of airplay – including the UK’s BBC Radio One – and scored a growing list of rave reviews from critics, DJs and artists alike.
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