Exclusive Video Interview: Pierce Fulton Talks Classic Rock And The NYC EDM Scene


At only 22-years-old, producer Pierce Fulton has already had quite an accomplished career. The Vermont native first started playing music at the age of 6, and while his initial interest lay in classic rock, an electronic music production class quickly turned him onto the world of EDM. Fast forward several years later and at 18, Pierce had put out his first EP, titled Pardon My French.

From there came hit singles “Where We Were,” “Runaway” and of course, his biggest song to date, “Kuaga.” Combined with some killer remixes for artists like The Killers and Above & Beyond, Fulton now has quite a collection of music under his belt and is slowly but surely carving out a name for himself in the world of electronic dance music.

Currently residing in Brooklyn, the producer/DJ made his way down to sunny Florida last week for Miami Music Week. At one of several scheduled shows he had, No Sugar Added, we caught up with him after his set for a brief but enjoyable interview. Fulton spoke with us about his classic rock roots, where he enjoys playing in New York, if he ever gets tired of touring and being on the road and much more.

Check it out in the video above and be sure to let us know which Pierce Fulton songs are your favorite in the comments section below!