The Border Community artist will play shows in three states from this weekend.
UK producer Nathan Fake will arrive in Australia this weekend to play three shows.
The Norfolk-born artist is now a decade into his production career, with his first release dropping on James Holden's Border Community in 2003 when he was just 19. In that time his catalogue has expanded to include more than a dozen 12-inches and three studio albums, with the most recent, Steam Days, coming out in August of last year to a warm reception. After returning home for an extensive UK tour supporting Orbital, Fake will now be heading back to Australia for the first time since 2009 with his full live show in tow.
His first gig will be at Rainbow Serpent Festival 2013 in Lexton, Victoria, which begins on January 25th. The four day camping event has an extensive electronic lineup which also features artists like Guy J, Peter Van Hoesen and Oliver Koletzki, as well as UK vet Sasha who has just been added to the bill. From there, Fake heads to Perth on February 1st to play at The Causeway Bar for a The Likes of You party, before flying to Sydney to play Chinese Laundry on the 2nd.