FORWARD FOX ENTERS THE GAME WITH GROUND SWELLING DEBUT ‘RETROGRADE’

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FORWARD FOX ENTERS THE GAME WITH GROUND SWELLING DEBUT 'RETROGRADE'

Sydney vocalist, producer and multi-instrumentalist Siobhan Krelle (aka FLUIR) announces the launch of her brand new side project FORWARD FOX, via the release of her melodic techno debut ‘Retrograde’.

Be it tastes of melancholy to euphoria, ‘Retrograde’ is the first offering from the talented Sydney producer, taking you on a sweeping electronic journey with stark contrasts within a singular evolving flow.

The project has gained early support from Create NSW as a recipient of the NSW Government Small Projects Grant, which provides support for the creation of new work and development of exceptional talent.

Delving into the inspirations behind the project and track, Siobhan explains, “I’m a big fan of melodic house/techno and have always been drawn into the unfolding melodies and intricate textures that characterise the genre. Naturally, this passion found its way into my creative process and FORWARD FOX provides an outlet—independent of FLUIR—for me to showcase my love for listening to, writing and producing melodic instrumental compositions.”

“Sonically, ‘Retrograde’ conveys the onset of an impending period of feeling down, through to the eventual relief, elation and euphoria once those feelings start to pass. It’s about riding the waves of emotion experienced throughout our lives.”

PREMIERE: AAA Backstage ‘This is one hell of a way to launch a brand new sound and project. If this debut is anything to go by, we’re very excited to hear more from the Forward Fox stable.’

For fans of Made in Paris, Luke Alessi and Kiasmos.

FORWARD FOX

SINGLE – ‘RETROGRADE’
GENRE – MELODIC TECHNO & HOUSE
PLAY LENGTH – 00:6:15
PLAY LENGTH (EDIT) – 00:3:59
LOCATION – SYDNEY
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW
SOUNDCLOUD – HERE

AVAILABLE TO STREAM & DOWNLOAD HERE

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