References: Drumcode, Figure, UK
Buoyed by the whirlwind success he has enjoyed over the past six years, Alan Fitzpatrick begins 2015 at the top of his game and brimming with the confidence you would expect from a talent who is recognized globally as one of the most influential techno artists of the moment. Having enjoyed a rapid ascent through the ranks since his emergence as the new kid on the techno block in the latter half of 2008, Fitzpatrick now holds a high status as a universally respected and in-demand producer and DJ who clearly succeeded in carving out a recognizable musical niche for himself. 2014 saw the emergence of a broader sound from Fitzpatrick’s palette. Releases for James Teej’s ‘My Favorite Robot’ label and Paul Ritch’s Quartz Records or the remix of Stevie V’s classic ‘Dirty Cash’ exposed a more soulful, deeper sound. On the back of a standout 2014, Fitzpatrick’s underground momentum has seen him garner an even wider fan base resulting in the Englishman’s stock rising rapidly thanks to a profile-boosting Ibiza season and multiple end-of year accolades, most notably a debut entry at 85 in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 poll. But it is Alan’s substantial output for Drumcode in particular which made his huge reputation as a dynamic producer capable of bringing variety to his productions and dj-sets. It also made him a steady feature on the many Drumcode events throughout the world. Alan Fitzpatrick knows how to move the dance-floor and he will definitely be moving our spacecraft too!