Belfast selector, promoter and producer Bobby Analog has a long history of playing and creating
music for dancefloors which has seen his career move in somewhat of an upward trajectory in recent
years. As a resident of some of Belfast’s finest dance music clubs and a long term collector of all things
black and waxy it comes as no surprise to a lot of folk that Bobby has turned his hand to launching
his own vinyl imprint “Body Fusion”. 2016 saw the first release in the form of a three track white
label which featured the heavily supported track “Luvwomanboogie”.
Last year also seen Bobby deliver a four track ep for hometown label Extended Play and has resulted
in support from the likes of DJ Seinfeld, Marquis Hawkes and Groove Armada to do a spot of name
dropping. His weekly AUX club night has become something of an institution in the city at which Bobby acts as the sole selector and promotes a forward thinking music policy.
2017 is off to a decent start with a remix of Extended Play’s Mr Mur forthcoming and the release of
“When Will Our Day Come” via German vinyl outfit Whyte Numbers. Currently working on the
second “Body Fusion” release and with a number of festival bookings already in the bag it’s shaping
up to be a busy year at the controls.