“Part minimal, part techno, part acid, part house.” FUSE resident Archie Hamilton talks us through his music.
Who are you?
Archie Hamilton, originally from Wales but have lived in London most of my life. I run two labels called Moscow Records and Moss Co, and I am a FUSE resident DJ and artist.
What do you sound like?
Part minimal, part techno, part acid, part house. Abbreviate and combine at will.
Why should we listen to you?
What have you released so far? What else have you got coming out in the near future?
My EPs on FUSE, NG Trax, Sukhumvit and Moscow Records in 2015/6. I’ve just released an EP on Be Chosen and I have loads of stuff scheduled in the coming months on Moscow Records, FUSE and a new collaborative project with Rossko which will include three tracks on our new label…
What song sums you up? Why?
This instrumental of The Cinematic Orchestra’s ‘All Things To All Men’. Subtly powerful and moody…
What or who is your biggest influence and why?
Going out and listening to great music inspires me most. I like to go back to the studio and try to reproduce the feelings I have felt.
Where can we hear your music?
This weekend I am at Corvin Club in Budapest in Friday, Pratersauna in Vienna on Saturday and of course the FUSE 8th Birthday at Village Underground in London this Sunday. If you live on the other side of the world from Europe, I am about to embark on a three-week tour of Asia and Australia – so no excuses!
Where will you be in five years’ time?
In my dream studio, uncontactable.
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself.
I am surprisingly good at accents and impersonating people!