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To ready fans for his debut long-player, Fake Blood drops the 'YES/NO' EP on Different recordings. The EP features the fan-favourite Yes/No - a haunting piano riff builds into a refrain of the title, combined with trademark juggernautbass line. End of Days is an apocalyptic techno opus that has been causing mayhem in recent Fake Blood DJ sets. Final track, Bionic is an exclusive track to this EP that will not appear on the forthcoming long player.
A tried and tested format for the captivating producer, the EP will pave the way to 'Cells' the debut album by Fake Blood set for release this November. Renowned for his hi octane, genre-defying productions, this record is set to be one of the standout albums of 2012.
Few DJs/producers have truly trashed the rulebook like Fake Blood. When his remixes snuck onto the dance scene, he shied away from the spotlight and, like a dance floor ninja, managed to keep his identity firmly under wraps. There were no gimmicks, no stadium-sized headpieces or fancy dress masks toobscure him, just a desire for club heads to absorb his music without any preconceptions.
Even now, he is still something of an enigma. He doesn't prey on fame, he does very few interviews and he isn't part of a DJ crew: he has always preferred to let his music speak for itself. He's been in no hurry to release a record either - until now, that is. Fake Blood has found a home on DifferentRecordings, which counts club crusaders like Tiga, Felix Da Housecat and Vitalic among its roster.