Sound and Fury (Andrés Delgado) is a Colombian-born, South London raised producer, DJ and photographer. He currently resides in Copenhagen taking on the city with his unique musical perspective of bass and riddims.

Sound and Fury is also co-founder of the multidisciplinary art collective CŌHABIT, a group of artists made up of musicians, illustrators, designers and filmmakers based in the UK and Denmark. Together they host cultural talks and soundsystem events in Copenhagen and across Europe.

Besides the 30 bass-heavy tracks Sound and Fury kindly curated for this month’s Fast Lytter playlist, we also asked him to tell us a bit more about himself and his music. Please read on.

Describe your playlist in three words please.

Tunes from yard.

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What are you up to at the moment?

Right now, I’m working on our new live/online series which brings together people from different cultures and backgrounds called Tales from Yard.

Not to focus on their differences, but to discover and connect over their commonalities and show that we’re all much more connected than we think. We’ll be announcing the next event very soon.

Hit me up if you have some music or stories to share, I’m always down. Love

What was your last big musical experience?

We just hosted our last soundsystem event a couple weeks back in Poznań, Poland.

We were very lucky to be graced with amazing performances from the bass general himself Joe Nice, all the way from Baltimore, and Josi Devil – one of my favourite music producers right now.

I’ve been following him for a couple of years, and during this past year, his music and mixes really reignited my excitement for making and playing music again. Seeing him live is something I won’t be forgetting anytime soon. It’s the most fun I’ve had in a long time.

Big up and tusind tak Sound and Fury for words and music. To keep up to date on his projects and gigs, please follow him on Instagram. Follow CŌHABIT too on Instagram. Sound and Fury is active on Spotify too.

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