Producer Archie Fairhurst, better known as Romare, came across the works of the African-American artist Romare Bearden and his cut'n'paste technique while studying at the university, adopting his name and applying a similar approach in his music, which is currently his trademark image. His editions do not go beyond 2012 and during the second EP, his music was already included in side-by-side compilations with heavyweights like Tiga and Bonobo. "Projections," the debut album, was widely applauded by critics. Supported on the radio by everyone from Gilles Peterson to Steve Lamacq, and on the dance floor by renowned DJs like Four Tet, for example. At the 3rd edition of Lisboa Dance Festival, we will be able to listen to the producer's last work, "Love Songs: Part Two", in LIVE format with full band!