Tag: Phonica Records

Premiere: Harrison BDP - It's All Good (Original Mix) [Phonica Records]

Over the past few years, Harrison BDP burst onto the scene with a prolific run of releases for labels such as Lost Palms, Piff and Music Is Love, displaying a wide-ranging sonic palette whether it falls under classification as House, Techno, Electro, Garage. Here, on the b-side of Harrison’s Phonica Records “Life Unlimited” EP, the music takes a deeper turn with the immaculately produced dub-techno of ‘Fish In The Tank’ which is then followed by the stunning uk garage inspired ‘It’s All Good’ – this one gets seriously under your skin! “Life Unlimited” is available 22 September on Phonica Records ... Read more

Family Friendly Alfresco Festival Adds Derrick Carter, Hercules & Love Affair, Man Power & More

The family friendly Alfresco Festival takes place 25 – 28, May 2018 in the rolling green countryside of Hop Farm in Kent, bringing the likes of Call Super, Derrick Carter, Hercules & Love Affair, Terry Farley, Man Power, Mr Scruff, Psychemagik and many more. Designed for all the family, Alfresco offers plenty of activities to keep young ones busy, as well as stage deign and exotic arenas decorated to dance the days away. This musically driven festival will have stages hosted by essential brands, labels and parties such as Catch Recordings, Clandestino, Future Disco, First Floor, La Dame Noir, Micron, ... Read more

Premiere: Roman Flügel – Black Acid (Original Mix)

Roman Flügel needs no real introduction to DHA. He is a prolific producer with a hugely varied discography stretching back to the early 90s, putting his hand to Techno, House, Acid, Electro, Ambient, Bass music, and more. Now, Frankfurt’s favourite son returns to London’s Phonica Records with the ‘Black Acid EP’, a four tracker of Flügel’s signature black magic. Off the release, we exclusively premiere its title track. A track that continues the record’s dark ritual, an off-kilter drum workout over a sea of uneasy pads with a needle sharp synth line eventually piercing through the murk. “Black Acid” is ... Read more