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Jane Fitz is an esteemed selector famed for her wide musical range. She’s just as comfortable spinning floaty ambient cuts as she is shelling out devastating techno, or taking you on a deep progressive journey. Her record collection is seriously enviable and testament to her love of music in all of its forms, something that goes hand in hand with her deep seated desire to play in as many interesting and obscure locations. She built her reputation from DJing alone, and only once she was established on the international stage did she begin to release well thought out productions under the Invisible Menders name alongside Dom Ahtuam on esteemed cult labels like Porn Wax and Animals on Psychedelics, proving that rushing out release after release is not the only way to build a name for yourself.
On top of her impressive touring schedule that takes in some of the most renowned clubs in the world including the legendary Panorama Bar in Berghain, she also holds down residencies at the notoriously exclusive Freerotation and at Night Moves in London, a party that she runs alongside Jade Seatle which uses secret locations and on-the-day directions to maintain its carefully curated crowd.
You can catch Jane playing alongside Prosumer, Nick Hoppner and the Secretsundaze crew at Oval Space on Sunday the 28th August and experience her impressive record collection for yourself by grabbing tickets here. We’re honoured to have Jane Fitz selecting our tracks of the day, to preface her selections here are a few words from the woman herself:
“When you guys asked me to do this you gave me a bunch of themes but picking my favourite artist of the moment seemed the most appropriate. I make my living from other people’s creativity; artists do the hard work, I just turn up and play their music, so without them, I wouldn’t have a job. These are four artists whose music appears in many of the sets I play, whether I’m doing something deep and proggy in a basement, a bit more ravey at a festival or playing strange beatless records in a yurt. They are all making music, right now, so you can go out and buy these and your money will go to the artist and the label and the shop (and not some cheeky monkey on Discogs).”