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By | Published on Thursday 21 March 2019

Physical Therapy

Producer Daniel Fisher – possibly best known as Physical Therapy – has announced the release of a new compilation. Or a new solo album. It’s certainly one of the two. But which? It’s hard to tell, because while there are tracks by nine different artists on the release, all of them are Fisher under different names.

Titled ‘It Takes A Village: The Sounds Of Physical Therapy’, the collection of eleven tracks is out on 3 May. As well as three Physical Therapy tracks, there are contributions from his “psychedelic bongo driven techno” project Buckaroo!, his “jazz-inflected breakbeat science” alias Jungle Jerry, his “bass rumbling instrumental hip hop” outlet Green Buddha, and more.

Other artists who aren’t actually Fisher also appear. Michael Magnan joins as the other half of house duo Fatherhood, and AG features on Green Buddha track ‘Green Buddha’.The album/compilation/whatever will be released on Fisher’s own Allergy Season label.

Here’s a track from it, ‘My Medicine’, by his “electro fusion” guise DJ Overnite: