This isn’t a debut music project from David Schwimmer, but the tongue-in-cheek moniker of British record producer Felix Clary Weatherall.
Raised in Colchester, Essex, in a musical household – his father designed electronic and techno sound systems, and met Weatherall’s mother during a tour of Europe in 1990 – Weatherall was drawn to the lo-fi sounds of his father’s analogue tapes and synthesisers, and working in music seemed a natural progression. Having released a number of propulsive dancefloor singles on UK labels Magicwire and Lobster Theremin, he has now graduated to LA beat-maker Flying Lotus’s Brainfeeder label, and his debut album, Family Portrait, arrives later this month.
Read the feature in the Observer.
[This piece was published on 15/07/18]