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We recently featured the fantastic Fouck Brothers and we were so impressed we needed to find out more. So we decided to pitch them 20 quick-fire questions to see what they are made of. Here are the answers. Oh and if you haven’t heard of them go here. You can snap up 4 free tracks in exceptional high quality. Sale of the foucking century.

Describe your sound in 5 words? Beer, pot, vintage-synths, dance, fun

What are your names? Gil, Andy and Julien.

Why are you called the Fouck Brothers? It comes from our family name.

How long have you been making music? A long time ago, more than 10 years ago.

What are plans for 2010? A new ep, and of course share our music.

Belgium has a lot of great artist is there something in the water over their? Yeah, there so many different talents in Belgium, like Mustang (new disco), Komah (Hxc), or Netsky in Dnb/House.

What’s the best gig you’ve played recently? Not the biggest gig but the best was @ L’international in Paris.

What was the first record you ever bought? Andy, it was “Homework” from Daft Punk, Gil, it was “Chocolate starfish…” from LB, and Julien, it was “Raoul and the kings of Spain” from Tears For Fears.

Which artists inspired you make music? Patrick Cowley, James Maynard, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kyuss, Daft Punk, Fat Boy Slim, Beck, Telex, Two Man Sound,…

Who is your biggest fan? Our parents.

Who is your biggest critic? Our dads too.

Best song you have heard in 2010? Junkie XL “Heart Of Darkness”.

Worst song you have heard this year? Sorry we don’t watch MTV.

What’s the best Club in Belgium? The“Libertine Supersport” club in Brussels is becoming one of the best in Belgium, in Europe maybe. It is the place to be, for sure!

If you could save one piece of equipment from your studio what would it be? Andy, I would save my Juno 106, Gil, I would prefer to die with my equipment, and Julien, I would save my favourite guitar.

Favourite album of the naughties? “ Bring it on” from Goose.

Are you brothers? Yes we are the Fouck Brothers.

Favourite Film? The Goonies.

Best piece of advice you have been given? Never back down.

Andrew Rafter

Andrew Rafter is the editor and founder of Harder Blogger Faster.