We are thrilled to announce the return of Norfolk-born electronica mastermind Nathan Fake with a show at Brixton’s Plan B. He has kept fans of fuzzy-edged synths and maximal acidic techno beats alike guessing ever since his debut release at the tender age of 19. Early piano lessons floundered when it came to learning to read music: deciding that this level of abstraction was that little bit too abstract for him, however the limitations of his formal classical training have in no way hindered him in his pursuit of professional success. Now based at the centre of the action in London town, from his bedroom studio base, Nathan divides his time between writing new music, touring, DJ-ing and remixing. Apart from several 12″ and full-length releases for Border Community, Nathan Fake has given his computer edit funk treatment to artists like label-mate James Holden, Radiohead, DFA’s Shocking Pinks or Jon Hopkins, just to name a few. A young man at the beginning of his career, showing a level of accomplishment and attention to detail in his productions which ought to put many a more established producer to shame, these are exciting times for Nathan Fake, make sure you don’t miss him this February!