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Market Memories & Mike Callander combine on ‘Clover’ feat. Little Fritter remix


Thick As Thieves welcome a special Melbourne-focused collaboration as Market Memories combine with Mike Callander for ‘Clover’, accompanied by a remix from Gold Coast talent Little Fritter.

World-renowned but proudly operating out of Melbourne, Thick As Thieves continue to shine as one of the scene’s premier touring agencies and event hosts – with the Australian collective remaining at the forefront of the country’s nightlife landscape.

Not limited to just events, their in-house label has quickly become a home for rising talents alongside international guests and close friends of the crew, dropping material from Monkey Safari, Audiojack and Superflu alongside names such as Luke Alessi and Not Just Me.

Revealing a collaboration immersed within Melbourne, late September sees Strawberry Fields and Beyond the Valley regulars Market (Sean Rault) and Memories (Oliver James) combine with one of the city’s finest veterans, Mike Callander.

With a mutual love for creating unique dancefloor moments, with Market Memories supported by the likes of Camelphat, Denis Sulta, and Cristoph alongside Callandar’s work remixing Aussie rockers The Drones and The Jezabels plus playing in The MESS Synthesizer Orchestra, the trio combine for the very first time to deliver ‘Clover’ – joined by Gold Coast DJ and producer Little Fritter on remix duties.

Breaking traditional production conventions, with Callander warping and twisting the track’s infectious bassline to accompany the bubbling hooks and slick percussion laid down by the Market Memories guys, ‘Clover’ is a club cut made for big moments, while Little Fritter’s take ups the tempo as shuffling drums, snaking low-ends and soaring synths make for a no-nonsense, dynamic ride into the peak time.

Market Memories & Mike Callander ‘Clover’ EP drops via Thick as Thieves, you can check out our premiere of Little Fritter’s remix here and grab the EP on Beatport

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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