Christopher Port releases Everything In Quotes “LIGHT” EP out today via Future Classic / Pieater

August 2, 2018

Melbourne-producer Christopher Port today shares his EP, Everything In Quotes “LIGHT” out now via Australia’s leading independent tastemakers, Future Classic and Pieater. Featuring the previously released club banger ‘DTF’ and infectious new track ‘Find A Way’, the EP also includes additional tracks ‘What I Leave Behind’ and Bandcamp favourite ‘Me & My Heart’. Listen HERE.

The Everything In Quotes “LIGHT” EP, inspired by a lecture by fashion designer Virgil Abloh, in which he talks about architecture, creativity and fashion, also comes with its own line of streetwear “LIGHT”jackets available which can be previewed in a running video look-book here and purchased here.

Of the EP, Christopher Port says, “It’s nice to have this chapter of my music completed and all under the umbrella of ‘Everything in Quotes’. It feels like it’s come full circle and that it’s now time to move on to the next chapter, whatever that may be.”

Port will take the new tracks on the road for his first run of headline dates for 2018 this September, hitting The Workers Club in MelbourneOtto’s House Party (World Bar) in Sydney and The End in Brisbane. See dates and details below.

Everything In Quotes “LIGHT” is out now via Future Classic/Pieater.
Buy it now digitally and on vinyl.

Everything In Quotes “LIGHT” 
DTF
Me & My Heart
What I Leave Behind
Find A Way

CHRISTOPHER PORT TOUR DATES
September 15 – The Workers Club – Melbourne (TIX)
September 21 – Otto’s House Party (World Bar) – Sydney (TIX AT DOOR)
September 22 – The End – Brisbane (FREE)

Stay connected with Christopher Port:
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PRAISE FOR CHRISTOPHER PORT

“Todd Edwards-indebted vocal chop euphoria for peak time…”
Resident Advisor

“Jackin’ house.”
XLR8R

“Ooo I love this. Riding that perfect sonic balance between future and classic. Not fucking easy.”
Anna Lunoe (for Pilerats)

“The driving, breathless energy of ‘Find A Way’ follows the intriguing chopped-up UK garage stylings of ‘DTF’ under the same ‘Light’ ethos unveiled last month.”
Mix Mag