You can call him Theo Keating or Touché, but if you really want to get his attention, then refer to him as Fake Blood.
Although he’s held several DJ monikers/aliases over the years, British DJ/Producer Theo has become wickedly successful as Fake Blood—a popular house/electro DJ.
He’s had many successful releases & remixes, but this lovely Brit is making a huge buzz with his forthcoming EP, Waiting.
A solid three-track banger, Waiting is Fake Blood’s first big step in 2014. Not one to stick to a boring routine, each track on the EP is steeped in that Fake Blood “quirky electro” vibe, but brings forth a fresh (unexpected) sound.
The EP, which will be out March 10th on Blood Music, includes the following tracks: “Waiting,” “Get Myself Together,” and “Tell Me Nothing.” But to wake up the crowd, Fake Blood is kicking things off with a stream of bouncy house cut, “Get Myself Together.
Get Myself Together
When asked about the arrangement of the track & the massive 90s-house style vocals, Fake Blood wrote,
“The beat sets it up, and then warm chords widen the picture. A weird choir sings, and the vocal falls in over a break. Then the track kicks into gear – the violin stabs and heavy bass pushing urgently along. The voices layer up, hands clap, and sweat runs as the tune builds to a head. Sing the words and dance.” – Fake Blood
This is definitely a BIG track with a unique sound, but it’s caught our attention…and that’s all that really matters: GOOD MUSIC!