Beats In Space, ESP Institute
First blowing a gale as a forerunner of the new wave of Melbourne dance producers, Tornado Wallace’s distinct and perceptive electronics now find him in a constant rotation of both hemispheres, spending most of the year based in Berlin. Read More...
First blowing a gale as a forerunner of the new wave of Melbourne dance producers, Tornado Wallace’s distinct and perceptive electronics now find him in a constant rotation of both hemispheres, spending most of the year based in Berlin.
From formative house beginnings, the ESP Institute initiation Thinking Allowed proved Tornado Wallace as a force to be reckoned with – the driving groove and Will Powers stargazing quickly matched by an EP of eco-electro burners on Beats In Space. This two timing continued for another round with ESP issuing the elegant Circadia, while Beats In Space got their churning acid two-tracker Kangaroo Ground/Ferntree Gully.
In tandem, krautback duo Coober Pedy University Band was formed with Otologic’s Tom Moore, who he’d previously stirred up trouble with as fractions of C Grade and Animals Dancing – two long standing parties of undeniable impact on their hometown. Their trance inducing debut on Soft Rocks’ imprint Kinfolk recruited vocals from a lesser known Chet Faker, followed by the bonkers 2014 anthem Kookabura.
After some time in between releases due to an increasingly busy DJ schedule, 2016 sees the release of a Tornado Wallace 12” on Second Circle, sister label to cult Amsterdam archivists Music From Memory, as well as a long overdue and eagerly awaited album Lonely Planet, on Gerd Janson’s Running Back.
- Tornado Wallace's "Desperate Pleasures" highlighted by Pitchfork
- The Debut Album of Tornado Wallace
- Tornado Wallace to Release LP on Running Back
- Running Back to Release Debut Tornado Wallace LP
- Tornado Wallace Goes to a 'Lonely Planet'
- Tornado Wallace Signs to Running Back for First Album, Lonely Planet
- Tornado Wallace's record release featured on XLR8R
- Tornado Wallace's "Kangaroo Ground" reviewed by Test Pressing
- Tornado Wallace chats with Thump on what lies ahead
- Tornado Wallace's "Circadia" video examined by Thump
- Tornado Wallace sull’etichetta Running Back con “Lonely Planet”