In the Bag
Alan Fitzpatrick’s latest club bangers

Few techno DJs dominate club spaces quite like Alan Fitzpatrick. The UK artist has a seemingly endless pit of peak-time bangers, the kind that can send small club rooms and festival crowds alike into a wild frenzy. He’s shown his own hand for producing these kind of tracks on his label We Are The Brave, and his forthcoming 11:11 The Awakening LP for the imprint should cover the same terrain.

As he makes a stop by Farringdon this weekend, we asked him to round out some of the biggest tracks currently filling his bag. For his list, he paired recent stars like Ross From Friends and Brame & Hamo alongside the likes of Dense & Pika to give an insight of what to expect from his return.

Pale Blue Dot – Ross From Friends [Brainfeeder]




I'm pretty much loving everything this guy touches at the minute. He's a great producer, and always putting out really refreshing music. I'm digging that lo-fi vibe – his stuff has a real soul to it.

Miss You – Origin Riddim [Orange]




This is a proper rave banger. I've been including it in a lot of my sets recently, and it always goes off. The track reminds me of my early days, I'm still a sucker for that hoover sound.

Against The Gods (Brame & Hamo Remix) – Dusky [17 Steps]




17 Steps is definitely one of my favourite labels, it was such a pleasure to have my own release on there! You don't even need to listen to the link, you know just from the label it's gonna be good. It's a total weapon! I really love the remix, it works great as an opening track or end of my set. Solid work from Brame & Hamo.

Laika – Introversion [Arts Collective]




I've been caning this monster in clubs and on my radio show for months. I love the arrangement and the rave lead, it really reminds me of that 90s vibe, which is right up my street. Anything on Arts is pure gold, I play a lot of their music.

Project Zeus – Dense & Pika




This track is such a banger, thumping but has such a cool groove. It's just got that classic Dense & Pika funk with a full ballsy feel to it. Kneaded Pains is quickly becoming another one of my favourite labels, I love the vibe Chris and Alex have carved out.
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Saturday 15th December

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