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Mighty fine selector and co-owner of the Brixton-based Going Good label, Brian Morrison (a.k.a Brian Not Brian) is going from strength to strength and is showing no signs of stopping. Mimicking the nature of his DJ sets, Going Good is without a doubt one of the most interesting, eclectic labels to come out of South London in recent years and it showcases epic releases from emerging artists like Moon B, Nummer, Aquarian Foundation and Yoshinori Hayashi. Effortlessly abstract both in style and substance, Brian’s DJ sets are famously left-field and span a multitude of genres, making him one of the most extensive artists in the game and undoubtedly appealing for punters.
Catch Brian Not Brian twice at this year’s Farr Festival, with both sets on Saturday. He’ll be helming the DJ booth at the Brilliant Corners yurt as the crew behind the much-loved Dalston late-night bar make their Farr debut with their very own stage. Housed in a quirky, 50-foot tepee complete with palm trees and cosmic lighting, and kitted out with Brilliant Corners’ audiophile Klipsch sound-system, the space will aim to recreate the sound fidelity of their Dalston haunt. Brian will be spinning discs alongside Cedric Woo, Belle Bette, Chuggy and more, all bringing a selection of timeless, soulful tunes to the magical surrounds of Bygrave Woods. Brian will also be spinning b2b with Jayda G for Ransom Note’s Adventures In Success stage takeover, joining the bill alongside Tama Sumo, Moscoman and Ivan Smagghe.
If you’re headed forest-bound in a few weeks time and plan to check out what Brian Not Brian has to offer your earbuds, then have a listen to these four tracks that Brian has selected purely to help get you in the mood. If you’re unaware of Brian’s musical mastery, then we’ll let the music do the talking. And here’s a special tune, also selected by Brian, that he drops relentlessly both out at clubs and at festivals. Cop yourself a Farr ticket via the main takeover page!