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“I can’t buy every record. Which has long been my least-favorite fact about life,” deadpans the gloriously bearded Andrew Field-Pickering during this chill video interview with Fact magazine inside London’s Phonica Records. The Future Times producer/DJ is back from a European jaunt in support of his excellent album House of Woo (released under the name Maxmillion Dunbar), just in time to DJ as one-half of the duo Beautiful Swimmers at D.C.’s Tropicalia on Friday night.
Other news for the D.C. dance-music label: It put out a record this week, the “Aphelia’s Theme” 12-inch by Huerco S. of Kansas City, which can be previewed at the label’s SoundCloud page. And for the past few months, Field-Pickering and Future Times co-honcho Mike Petillo (aka Mondo, and also one-half of Protect-U) have been recording long podcasts full of good vibes and out-there funkiness for London’s NTS Radio.