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Dance music legends and creatives get personal on new podcast

Fatboy Slim, Erol Alkan, Cassy, Pete Tong, Kolsch and The Black Madonna will be the guests when journalist, A&R and artist manager Ralph Moore (Acetate Management, Mixmag) launches his podacst. A Little Moore Conversation will bring together dance music icons with old friends and collaborators from across the art and entertainment worlds from Monday, March 30th.

A Little Moore Conversation invites listeners to be a fly on the wall during intimate chats between electronic icons, creative collaborators, and, above all, good friends. Series one’s episodes are:

Episode 1: Fatboy Slim + Mark Vessey - Recorded at his request at his kitchen table in Brighton, Norman sat down with fellow pop art fan and artist Mark Vessey, to talk Kate Moss, Keith Haring and Norm’s love of hoarding.

Episode 2: Erol Alkan + Flood - Bugged Out mainstay and Phantasy boss Erol Alkan took a rare hour out of his crazy schedule to chat with one of the UK’s most sought after studio producers Flood about Depeche Mode, U2 and legendary album The Joshua Tree.

Episode 3: Cassy + John White - Sitting down with her 83-year-old music teacher who fled the war before moving to London and teaching at Drama Centre, Central St Martins, where he still teaches to this day as the oldest inhabitant of the school.

Episode 4: Pete Tong + Stuart Price - Personally picked by Pete Tong (“it has to be Stuart!”), triple Grammy Award winner Stuart Price guests on a Little Moore Conversation, discussing how they share a lot more than just the L.A. school run.

Episode 5: Kölsch - Despite looking for a suitable guest to join Kölsch this week, we realised this was one podcast where presenter Ralph Moore and fellow movie geek Kölsch could discuss everything from Dune, Star Wars, Blade Runner and science fiction at large.

Episode 6: The Black Madonna + Philli Boyle (Choose Love) + Aloysius (Say It Loud) - The Black Madonna is joined by collaborators and friends Choose Love founder Philli Boyle and Ugandan refugee Aloysius, founder of LGBTQ refugee support network ‘Say It Loud’ club. Discussing the importance of having somewhere to call home, The Black Madonna reflects on her time working with the charity as well as the ongoing relationship between dance music and activism.

Listen to A Little Moore Conversation from 30th March on iTunes Podcasts, Audioboom, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Deezer, Tune In and more.

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