Though last seen in the U.S. on Halloween, Pierce Fulton has not ghosted but instead flown south. Currently touring Central America as both support for Tommy Trash and a solo act, the New England native chose a hotel in Guatemala to serve as the broadcast center for his latest Get Weird podcast. Showcasing two brand new remixes for Martin Solveig and Tritonal along with two sides of the producer, the mix is split into an opener selection and headlining hits. With an unlikely combination of artists and genres the mix could have indeed gotten weird, but as past successes have shown, Fulton’s forte lies in the unexpected.
At just 21 years old, Pierce Fulton has more achievements to flaunt than your average co-ed. In addition to his most recent remix of Martin Solveig & The Cataracs’ “Hey Now,” the New Englander has bestowed his electro house flare on Tritonal’s latest endeavor, “Now Or Never.” Whereas the original leans toward whimsical, the young producer’s take is on the more aggressive side, playing with denser basslines. While the emotional integrity of Phoebe Ryan’s vocals remain, Fulton’s transforms the already big room track into something even more forceful with effervescent chords that literally pierce ears. The latest remix from the rework wizard will be released on November 18th on Enhanced Recordings via Beatport.Posted by
A producer like Pierce Fulton knows no boundaries. Between hosting his own radio show with “Get Weird“ and lending his DJ stylings to Wolfgang Gartner and Tommy Trash’s Hounds of Hell tour, you might say the New England native has a nice grasp on all of his music ventures, no matter how busy. Contributing to Priority Records’ Dance (RED) Save Lives, Vol. 2, Pierce takes Martin Solveig and the Cataracs’ poppy and upbeat “Hey Now” and transforms it into a progressive, big room remix. Kyle’s optimistic vocals are preserved and paired with a quick plucking progression, looping into the clapping snares of the build up. Pierce strips out the original bouncy, strumming patterns, and plays out longer, full and lively chords for a more emotional feel. Available on November 25th, all proceeds of Dance (RED) Saves Lives, Vol. 2 will be donated to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS.
Keeping things eclectic as always, Pierce Fulton’s 14th episode of the Get Weird podcast provides an instant hook from the moment it opens. Combining Adrian Lux and Marcus Schossow’s “Wild Child” with Pryda’s “Layers” in his own custom edit, the young producer flaunts his talent for unlikely yet exhilarating edits. For the next hour, Pierce sticks with the Get Weird style, running the gamut from dubstep to disco, showcasing tracks from Dogblood, Mat Zo, and Dannic before closing out with Touch Sensitive’s “Pizza Guy.”
With a stellar lineup featuring festival newbies and veterans alike, the Trance Addict stage at TomorrowWorld is sure to be a popular destination. A favorite spot at Tomorrowland each year across the pond, its debut on American soil is not to be missed. They’ve brought in some major players in the game, including Orjan Nilsen, tyDi, and Simon Patterson. They’ll be heating up the Chattahoochee festival grounds come Sunday, September 29th, the last day of TomorrowWorld. Don’t end the weekend without catching at least one of the artists on this stage.
Contest: Win a VIP Meet + Greet with Pierce Fulton at Audio Discotech’s Grand Opening for You and a Friend
This weekend, San Francisco’s newest club arrives onto the scene, and we want to send you there on an exclusive VIP experience to enjoy it. We have teamed up with Pierce Fulton this Saturday for a meet and greet contest, a complete experience for you and a special friend. Go watch this young rising star mix his best edits, a performance we raved about last summer. Enter below.
San Francisco’s SoMA district is set for a nightlife revival. From the team behind Vessel and Crossroads, Audio Discotech will be an upscale, dance-worthy nightclub with the artistic talent to match.
With a nod to the past but an eye to the future, Audio Discotech combines state of the art lighting and sound with a retro aesthetic reminiscent of a 70′s Cadillac. Designed for dancing, Audio features a Funktion One sound system, a centrally located sunken dance floor, two bars and an innovative custom lighting system.
Select Entertainment takes the helm in bringing top notch EDM talent every Thursday night to Audio, starting with EDX on August 22nd, Hook N Sling on the 29th and Congororck on September 5th. This weekend will mark Audio’s grand opening with Pierce Fulton set to perform Saturday, August 17th. For more information visit audiosf.com.
As one of his nation’s more eclectic breakouts of the past two years, Pierce Fulton has made sparing yet wholehearted leaps and bounds in the name of electronic music. Off the heels of remix duties for Atlas Genius, the North American talent is back on Cr2 Records to follow-up ‘Sink Or Swim’ with another vocal delight. With his stimulus rooted to the sound of modern electro house for round four of his label offerings, the accompaniment of renowned vocal asset Polina makes “Where We Were” a quality addition to the young producer’s discography. With subtle radio-flavor, the track’s upfront energy and melodic edge make for the epitome of the dual assets Fulton has balanced considerably well throughout his short yet triumphant recording career. Packing enough differentiating factors to keep him considerably ahead of the competition, Fulton’s latest escapade adds to a quality track record for young talents across the overcrowded shores of North American club land. (more…)Posted by
Getting weird and staying weird, Pierce Fulton has returned to the studio for his next homemade offering. On his forthcoming “Where We Were,” the young yet seasoned artist enlists Polina for vocal duties and the singer exceeds expectations in her supporting role. Captivating serenade sets precedent for Fulton’s crisp chords and percussion, cultivating a well-rounded production fitting for big room classification while appealing to an intimate setting. Pierce and Polina’s “Where We Were” is slated to hit Beatport on August 5th courtesy of Cr2 Records.Posted by
Now in its twelfth iteration, Pierce Fulton’s Get Weird podcast has maintained the young producer’s unique electro house tastes month after month. Unwavering in his dedication to gritty electronica and driving bass lines, Pierce opens with Hot Mouth’s remix of “The Blair Bitch Project” and from there the hour long outing bubbles and churns with the strangest cuts that electro house has to offer. Featuring a handful of his own personal edits, including a mash of Rustie and Eric Prydz, Pierce showcases his talent for unforeseen combinations. It’s a veritable who’s who of budding electronic talent with Botnek, DallasK, Charlie Darker, and Flume all making appearances amongst Pierce’s own originals.
Pierce will also be performing Saturday, July 20th at Marquee New York. Purchase your tickets today.
Tracklist after the break.