In the latest episode of “Get Weird,” Pierce Fulton showcases works from rising stars Andre Sobota and Jeremy Olander, a classic Boys Noize track, and features an upcoming preview of his latest rework to Usher’s “Scream.” Fulton’s radio show is becoming quite a novelty as he demonstrates that he’s not afraid to take risks and is well-versed in his track selection. Along with tracks by Sobota and Olander, Fulton features Orjan Nilsen’s “So Long Radio.” These three names are arguably some of the biggest up-and-comers in the dance music community — and it’s great to see Fulton pay respect to the producers that are in the same position as he is.
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