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Live Review: Bacardi Fuego Revolutions: Edd Fisher gives us his European Summer jams

18 August 2016 | 11:34 am | Emma Jones

Ahead of his appearance at Bacardi's Fuego Revolutions this weekend, Edd Fisher has sent us a winter warmer playlist of his European Summer soundtrack!

Fuego Revolutions is a six part event series that involves a lot of good music, a lot of boogying, and by default, a lot of good times. Coming to Melbourne's Boney and Sydney's 77 throughout this month, Fuego Revolutions is not an understatement - these events are set to really heat up the last month of Australian winter.

With a focus on analogue culture, Fuego Revolutions (brought to you by Bacardi) are bringing some of the world's most unstoppable, impressive and renowned DJs to Melbourne and Sydney for some unforgettable parties. International headliners FunkinEven (Steven Julien), Damiano Von Erckert and Darshan Jesrani (Metro Area) are all set to play exclusive sets, with a whole slew of local acts that will give the internationals a run for their money.

One such local, playing alongside JNETTOtologic and more is Edd Fisher. Making waves in his own right, Edd Fisher serves as a major drawcard, and punters will be relishing in the opportunity to catch him before he surely explodes onto the world stage. We couldn't be more excited, so we got the man himself to serve up a hot playlist (fuego, fuego right?) to really get us in the party mood! Filled with his favourite jams from his European summer, Mr Fisher shows his keen selecting abilities - more of which you can catch at Fuego Revolutions!

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Ayers Rock — City Night Life

An Aussie AOR favourite.

MTMU — Off The Wall

A cheeky edit from Wax'o Paradiso family San Soda out of Indonesia

Wish ft. La-Rita Gaskin — Nice and Soft

A tiny label out of New York in '81 released this boogie this beauty.

Stimela — I Love You

A tune given to me by Red Light Records boss man Tako, could potentially be my favourite thing out of South Africa.

International Soleil Band — Ta Lassa

Soundway Records consistently providing excellent music, this west african disco number was originally released in France in '83

Dalvanius & The Fascinations — Voodoo Lady

Kiwi's recorded in Sydney in 1977, a promo only slice of antipodean disco

USG — Ncameu

Ron Trent at his best with the dream team of Peven Everett on Trumpet and mastered by Francois K

Captain Sky — Moonchild

Just about the most pleasurable piece of music thats ever crossed my ears

Plaza Hotel — Bewegliche Ziele

An incredible piece of afro tinged wave out of Germany in 1983. I picked up this re issue in one of the best record stores I've ever visited. Music Mania in Ghent, Belgium.

Christophe — Rock Monsieur

Hypnotic chanson from Christophe found on a recent trip to Amsterdam in RLR. An amazing sleeve also.

Check below for the final Barcadi Fuego Revolutions dates, and RSVP here if you want to be part of all the action!

Week Three

Saturday 20th August, 9pm - 3am @ 77

Otologic and Edd Fisher, Adi Toohey and Freda & Jackson

Week Four

Friday 26th August, 9pm - late @ Boney

Darshan Jesrani (Metro Area), Andee Frost, Prequel and Jamie Bennett

Saturday 27th August, 9pm - 3am @ 77

Darshan Jesrani (Metro Area), Kali, Love Bombs and The Original Roman


Words by Emma Jones.