A longtime fan and like-minded partner of All Day I Dream, Fulltone returns to Lee Burridge’s imprint with the ‘Far From This World’ EP. The release finds magic for listeners on the dance floor or to enjoy at home – and comes ahead of Fulltone’s performance at the first-ever All Day I Dream camping Festival in May.
Inspired by Alan Parsons Project and Pink Floyd, Fultone’s adolescent interest in guitar led to a burgeoning desire to learn more about sound design.
“Every track I make is like a journey to me while making it,” Fulltone told Decoded Magazine in 2020 (read the interview HERE). “I never have an idea of what the track will be like when it’s finished, I just start on a blank canvas and slowly start the journey of finding harmonies, rhythms, melodies and sounds.”
With releases on labels including SevenVillas, Klassified, All Day I Dream, Kindisch, and Akbal Music, Fulltone has slowly acquired a global sense of recognition and acclaim.
“I really admire what Lee has created with ADID. It is not just a label or a party, it became more of a community of like-minded people who love emotional house music and I’m one of them. I really love the music that you can listen to in your home on the couch but can also work on the dance floor.” – Fulltone
All Day I Dream changes things up this year by commencing its USA season with its first-ever multi-day festival. On 12th-15th May, The All Day I Dream Festival camps out in the idyllic surroundings of California’s Woodward Reservoir in Oakdale, California. For the festival’s inaugural lineup, Lee Burridge brings together over thirty-five members of the ADID family from around the world as well as live acts and bands such as Little Dragon, RY X, Cubicolor, Jan Blomqvist, and Gheist. An eclectic mix of brilliant music set in a serene natural pocket of nature.
Following the festival, ADID returns to its spiritual birthplace of Brooklyn, NY for the first of two blistering events at Brooklyn Mirage. After a sell-out show breaking all attendance records last year, this event is one not to be missed. North America loves All Day I Dream and the rest of summertime is highlighted by stops at Toronto’s Fort York, Denver’s Levitt Pavilion, a Chicago takeover at a venue to be named later on, and Montreal’s Off-Piknic event.