Whoism – the first in a series of posts dedicated to the (maybe relatively unsung) musical heroes that made us at Infinite State Machine who were are today. A quick five or so tracks per post: a classic, a lesser known tune, a recent release, etc.
Sometimes it feels like people don’t really talk about Maurice Fulton. Is it (somehow paradoxically?) because he’s too prolific? It’s hard to keep track of everything he does. Is it because he’s too weird? Maybe, but the vast majority of his tracks are incredibly danceable. Is it because he’s kind of ass at promoting himself, because he’s humble as? Probably. Is it because his tracks are often so surprising, so gat damn funky, that most DJs want to keep them as secret as possible for as long as possible? This must be it.
Problem Child – White Horse (Dr Scratch Stomp Mix) 
(lesser known early era track)
Maurice Fulton – Revenge of the Orange 
(former secret weapon)
Mu – Let’s Get Sick 
(shout out Jwan Allen for this)
Kathy Diamond – All Woman 
(trainspotted from a Todd Osborne DJ mix, ETA: similar to his remix of Alice Smith “Love Endeavour” but I like this one better)
Syclops – Where’s Jason’s K 
Rhye – The Fall (Maurice Fulton Alt Remix) 
Syclops – Sarah’s E with Extra P 
(Theo Parrish caned this for months before it was released)
Here’s a YouTube playlist: