Pierce Fulton - Chapter 3 Pt. 2: In The Studio





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Published on Jul 9, 2012

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0:19 Welcome to Pierce's home studio
0:52 Record collection
2:10 The Didgeridoo
2:46 Breaking out the talk box
4:54 Gorillaz edit
5:16 Some unreleased material
5:53 Steve Aoki feat. Polina - Come With Me (Pierce Fulton Remix)
7:34 Brand new single

Tucked away in the woods of Vermont, Pierce Fulton digs into the past in his home studio, unveiling new material that will drop in the next few months. Pierce also breaks down his brand new remix of Steve Aoki feat. Polina - Come With Me.

Filmed and produced by Jeremy Heslup (http://valkyrproductions.com)

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There's not much to do in Vermont...Though the combination of cold weather & small isolated towns do force an extremely bored kid to get creative. 23 years old & now based in Brooklyn, Pierce is still subject to the habits of his youth; bouncing between genres & instruments while simultaneously bringing all of these influences into the dance music he's known for. He made his first real breakthrough at the age of 18 with his first 3 track EP titled "Pardon My French". You may have seen the "making of" video where some pretty unconventional sounds were sampled & definitely turned some heads. With breakout singles including Where We Were, Runaway, & Kuaga as well as official remixes for artists ranging from The Killers to Above & Beyond, his style continues to evolve & love of experimentations doesn’t diminish. You may have also heard his downtempo and experimental productions such as 10/6 (That Should Do It), As You Were, his remix for Mutemath & more recently his live version of Kuaga.

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