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Disco Infiltrator: POOLCLVB


Off the back of a phenomenal 12 months, prolific in both touring and releases, Sydney producer POOLCLVB teams up with UK/Belgian singer Moli for the release of his telling new single ‘Erase’, out now on etcetc.

Using darker tones throughout the production, POOLCLVB adds a depth to his latest work by wearing his heart on his sleeve, explaining “‘Erase’ was shaped during a time in my life where I was feeling displaced. It’s me at my most vulnerable. There was a pivotal moment last year where I had to learn to put aside the self-doubt and open up to discover the deeper parts of myself, and actually release the music instead of just sitting on it. It’s been incredibly liberating.”

With an undeniable lust for life that is highlighted in his upbeat and forward thinking productions, POOLCLVB, has become of the most respected producers on the Australian scene. Anyone who has had the pleasure of seeing POOLCLVB perform can testify, that further to his unrivalled abilities behind the decks, POOLCLVB has a unique ability to lift an entire room.

Now in 2020, the talented muso paves his way forward, with an exciting new series of releases, re-defining in moments what may be expected of this boundary-pushing producer.

Today, he joins our Disco Infiltrators podcast!

Yuksek – Gorgeous (Ft. Confidence Man)
Fred Falke & Zen Freeman – Watch The Sun
CHOICES – Less Is More
POOLCLVB – Erase (ft Moli) [Mark Lower Remix]
Nicky Night Time & Dangerous Dan – A History
A-Trak & Ferreck Dawn – Coming Home
Rubb Sound System – Work On This
HiFi Sean – Love Is On The House
Oliver $ ft Nils Ohrman – Johns Church (Mousse T’s Disco Shizzle Remix)
We Are The Lords – Disco Land
Storken – Lille Vals
David Penn & KPD – Ain’t Got No
Yuksek – G.F.Y (ft. Queen Rose)
ID? – ID? (Extended Italo Remix)

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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