There are never enough opportunities to hear new things from Maurice Fulton. The Sheffield-based, Baltimore-raised producer and DJ is one of the most prolific and talented around, but sadly, his creations see the light of day too infrequently.
Lucky for us, there’s Bubbletease Communications, his monthly podcast, which previews things that are yet to come: tracks from Tungi, the Mim Suleiman album he produced, were getting aired out about two years before it got released. And that’s a rarity. Most of what you hear on Bubbletease will never come out: Maurice is known to hold onto secret stompers without ever sending them to market.
We’ll deal, though. As long as they’re recorded on the thirty-minute Bubbletease mixes, we’ll be able to hear them in exactly the way we should.