About Graham Fox
Graham Fox was a professional jazz and session drummer who recorded with major labels such as EMI, Universal, Atlantic/Motown and Ubiquity. He worked with the likes of Graham Coxon (Blur), U.N.K.L.E and Bonobo but never left his jazz roots behind, recording with the Puppini Sisters, The Filthy Six and extensively with Nostalgia 77. His groove, feel and attention to detail was universally appreciated.
Graham’s untimely death in 2011 cut short his blossoming career, but his musical voice lives on through his numerous recordings and continues to inspire creativity through these loops and samples.
About Mike Pelanconi
Mike Pelanconi, better known under his record name Prince Fatty, is a British sound engineer and record producer. He has worked with a diverse repertoire of artists and producers from Acid Jazz and Delicious Vinyl to Lily Allen, Manu Chao and Graham Coxon (Blur). His reggae work with veteran artists including Gregory Isaacs, Dub Syndicate, Big Youth and Alcapone has brought him world wide recognition.
Mike has released three solo albums under Prince Fatty banner and produced highly acclaimed albums for Hollie Cook, the Little Roy Battle For Seattle album of Nirvana reggae covers and London band The Skints. A fanatical sound man with a huge collection of reggae records and expert in vintage recording techniques.