Since we last spoke to Desert Sound Colony, Liam has been a busy man.
Continuing to embrace his solo venture since the former 3-piece band parted ways, Liam’s aptitude for breaking new ground with fresh spins on underground club music is more evident than ever.
His label Holding Hands has gone from strength to strength – sharing the creations of lesser known producers with the world along with a platform for performing through regional label showcases. There’s been six releases so far this year from the likes of Timmy S & JB, DJ Mau Mau and Fred Quest, plus a compilation album – full of those uncompromising breaks and bass DSC fans know and love.
As for his own music, his second release on A Touch From Distance came at the start of the summer – a playful percussive journey through quirky dancefloor grooves.
Ahead of his appearance at our opening party at Beaver Works, Liam ran us through five tracks worth knowing.