Mr Fogg

Oxford’s Mr Fogg is the grandson of an opera singer and the great-grandson of two nineteenth century music hall performers.

Past adventures saw him film a music video in one shot in Trafalgar Square, collaborate with Hollywood’s enfant terrible Tony Kaye (the Oscar-nominated director of American History X), spring a marching band on the television audiences of Reading and Leeds festivals and perform forty times in three days in his own pop-up Fogg shop in the heart of London’s Soho.

He has worked with musicians as diverse as Broadchurch-composer Olafur Arnalds; electronic music innovators Raffertie, Maribou State and Bondax; Bjork, Feist and Damon Albarn producer Valgeir Sigurdsson; and techno legend John Digweed.

“A beautiful chronometric collision of twinkling bells and freefalling harps” – NME “Wonderful” – Zane Lowe “Stunning” – Dazed & Confused “Joyous” – Clash Magazine “We love it” – Vice