Nathan Fake

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Nathan Fake
Origin Norfolk, England
Genres Electronica, Techno, Ambient
Occupations Producer
Years active 2003–present
Website www.nathanfake.co.uk

Nathan Fake is an English electronic music artist from Norfolk, who has released numerous singles as well as three album releases on the label Border Community Recordings. His music has been used in soundtracks for TV shows and an advertisement.

In 2006, his debut album Drowning in a Sea of Love was released on Border Community. The album received very good reviews in the music press.[1] He released a six track mini-album Hard Islands in 2009.[2] His third album Steam Days followed in 2012.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles and EPs[edit]

Remixes[edit]

  • Avus – "Real (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Border Community (2004)
  • Perc – "Closer (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Premier Sounds (2004)
  • DJ Remy – "Scrambled (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Additive Records (2004)
  • Steve Lawler – "Out at Night (Nathan's Night In)" – Subversive Records (2004)
  • Tiefschwarz – "Isst (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Fine Records (2005)
  • Shocking Pinks – "Dressed To Please (Nathan Fake Remix)" – DFA Records (2008)
  • Vincent Oliver – "Cluods in The Haeds (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Lo Recordings (2008)
  • Grasscut – "Muppet (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Ninja Tune (2010)
  • Jon Hopkins – "Wire (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Double Six Recordings (2010)
  • Walls – "Gaberdine" – Kompakt (2010)
  • PVT – "Light Up Bright Fires (Nathan Fake Remix)" – Warp Records (2010)
  • Radiohead – "Morning Mr Magpie (Nathan Fake RMX)" (2011)
  • Neon Jung - "Delirium Tremens (Nathan Fake Remix)" - Magic Wire Recordings (2012)
  • Clark - Growls Garden (Nathan Fake Remix) - Warp Records (2013)

Compilation appearances[edit]

  • Numb Chance (2006) – Elektronische Musik: Interkontinental 5 – Traum Schallplatten

Collaborations[edit]

  • "Lava Flow" (collaboration with Milky Globe) (2006) – LoEB

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ranta, Alan "TMT gives Nathan Fake debut 4.5/5". Tiny Mix Tapes. Retrieved on September 30, 2008
  2. ^ Ranta, Alan (May 20, 2009). "Nathan Fake: Hard Islands". PopMatters. Retrieved on June 14, 2010.
  3. ^ http://www.myspace.com/fortdax

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