12 March 2013
Duration: 1:22:57 // Plays: 1990
To put it plainly, Jane Fitz has been making, playing, promoting and writing about music for donkeys years. Throwing her own London-based parties at just 21 years old at the apex of the house boom in the early 90s, Jane rapidly fell in love with the sounds emanating from America, Italy and the surrounding towns of the UK. After a brief stint in Hong Kong, where she crucially learnt how to beatmatch, Fitz returned to London to pursue the only career that would ever suit her. Whether DJing at her own London party Peg in the late 90s or guest-mixing on House FM, Jane's sound has always stayed true to the underground, purveying a deep, throbbing brand of Chicago and Detroit influenced electronica. Today, Fitz is as busy as ever, juggling life in London with an international DJ schedule. Her studio mixes and podcasts have garnered an especially favourable reputation, with mixes for the likes of Louche, Northern Purpose and Fabric proving popular scene-wide. Now she adds MEOKO to that esteemed list, touching down with an 80 minute foray into the caverns of her rich and profoundly varied record collection.