INFLUENCES: SESSION VICTIM

On the eve of a new album and an appearance at Farmfest we speak to two dancefloor favourites.

INFLUENCES: SESSION VICTIM

On the eve of a new album and an appearance at Farmfest we speak to two dancefloor favourites.

There are dancers and then there are those who produce music for people to dance to. However, those who understand both senses of context are perhaps the most influential all rounders. Session Victim are a duo committed to making feet move, toes tap and dancefloors ignite. 

Tomorrow marks the release of a new album from the enigmatic pair whom have conquered clubs and venues the world over with blistering live shows and spectacular sets. The new album sees them draw upon moments from the road, reinventing them into a conceptual context allowing the album to reflect the transcendent experiences they have emulated on the dancefloor. "Listen To Your Heart" is set for release on Delusions of Grandeur and next month will see the pair play at Farmfest in Somerset. 

We caught up with them to talk influences. 


The new album can be found HERE. Farmfest details can be found HERE

THE STORY OF STAX RECORDS 01

Matthias: This label with all it’s music from the late 60s and early 70s was a main reason for both of us to fall in love with soul music. Sam & Dave, Otis Redding, Rufus and Carla Thomas, David Porter.. and the mighty Booker T. and the MGs. There’s so much incredible stuff to discover from that time, we still stumble over gems we had not heard every now and then.

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