South London producer and multi-instrumentalist Miles Romans-Hopcraft - better known the massively buzzed Wu-Lu - is fresh off a string of dynamite late-season festival slots and dropped into Best Fit's secret sessions at this year's End of the Road for a short set, including a specially prepared cover of iconic Mamas & Papas track "California Dreamin'".
Best Fit's secret sessions have become a key part of End of the Road each year, bringing together artists from across the line-up in a series of short sets, exlusive cover, collaborations, and live interviews and Q&As. Past guests have included Wilco's Jeff Tweedy, Moses Sumney, Alex Cameron, Laura Marling, Patti Smith, and Frightened Rabbit - who played a now iconic version of "The Modern Leper".
Romans-Hopcraft - a central figure in Touching Bass - the South London-based musical movement/curatorial platform, monthly dance, concert series and record label - plays his next live show at Peckham Audio on 30 September. Get tickets over on Dice.