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DT722 – Prok | Fitch


In the past few years, Prok | Fitch have cemented their position as one of the most respected and successful DJ/production outfits in electronic music. Regularly cited as one of Beatport’s highest selling artists annually – with the longest ever standing #1 ‘Sheeple’ remaining at No.1 for an impressive 16 weeks  – their music strikes an appealing balance between intensive intricacy and rolling grooves.

They fast established themselves as both prolific and with the talent to match their output, working with highly credible labels such a Solid Grooves, Relief, and Repopulate Mars. Talent like this didn’t go unnoticed for long, leading to collaborations with the likes of Green Velvet, Ben Pearce, and Solardo on various projects and remixes for heavyweights Jamie Jones, Todd Terry & Green Velvet. 

Prok | Fitch’s music also finds consistent support across Radio One’s full spectrum of dance shows; notably Pete Tong, Annie Mac and Danny Howard airing pretty much everything that comes from their Brighton studio. DJ’s from: Marco Carola, Eats Everything, Jamie Jones to Carl Cox, Fatboy Slim, Fisher and more all professing to heavy rotation of their addictive club cuts in their sets.

Today, they return to the podcast for the second time. Listen to it below, on Mixcloud or iTunes here. Prok | Fitch’s ‘Tease’ is out now on Hot Creations, you can grab a copy here.

Sum up this podcast in 10 words…
Get us back in the clubs please, itching to party!

What’s your personal favourite track on it?
Unanimously- East End Dubs – Whisper (Eastenderz)

What’s the special ingredient in this mix?
The vibe! In our opinion, the most important element of a DJ set, kicking of the mix with something strong always sets the bar, this is our favourite track from Rich Nxt’s album, a killer original record that really stands out. We always take our sets on some form of journey, generally, that’s dictated by the crowd, but in this case its just personal selection.

Tell us about your new EP?
We’ve been working towards a Hot Creations release for a long time, patiently waiting until we had the right music to send to Jamie. We’d started producing Tease early in 2019, trying out different versions in the clubs and constantly tweaking till we were 100 % happy with it, that was the point we sent it to Jamie with a few other tracks, he jumped on it straight away and then we quickly started working on a b-side. Signing a record to Hot Creations has been our aim for the past two years, we’re buzzing we achieved it.

What have you got coming up?
We’ve had a great spell in the studio since lockdown, a break from touring has done wonders for our music. As you can imagine in that last 6 months we’ve made a lot of records, holding off signing the majority until some sort of normality returns. With  the exception of signing our debut releases to Circus & Knee Deep In Sound, keep an ear out for them as they’ll be our next releases.

And finally, do you have a special message for our readers?
Thanks for your continued support, We can’t wait to party with you, it been far too long!


1. Rich NXT – Rigged (Fuse London)
2. Kodewerk- Come with me (Dande remix) (Deeperfect records)
3. Chicks Luv Us – What you need (Issues)
4. Joseph Edmund – Wild Thing (White)
5. Prok | Fitch – Smack (Hot Creations)
6. Mr Diamond – Petradisco (Solid Grooves Raw)
7. ANOTR – Paint a picture (No Art)
8. Paolo Martini, Federico Ambrosi – Turntable (RAWthentic)
9. Cuartero & Bodeler – Lamine (White Vinyl)
10. Prok | Fitch – Tease (Hot Creations)
11. Wheats – Insomniac (White)
12. Francesco Parente – Soy (Hottrax)
13. East End Dubs – Whisper (Eastenderz)
14. Chris Stussy – Seeing & Believing (PIV)

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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