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Late of the Pier Announce 10th Anniversary Reissue

“They blew my f*cking mind. They’re called Late of the Pier. They made one record and disappeared.” – Dave Grohl (2014) Late of the Pier announce a special 10th anniversary edition of their cult debut album Fantasy Black Channel, produced by Erol Alkan and released in 2008 to great acclaim. Fittingly, the reissue – released on lenticular vinyl (limited to 500 copies) and accompanied by a digital companion album of unreleased demos and outtakes from the album recording sessions – is set for release through Alkan’s Phantasy Sound label, landing in stores on 18th January 2019. It includes the previously CD...

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Listen Back: Daniel Avery NTS Radio 04/12/18

Listen back to Daniel Avery’s last NTS Radio show of the year including a snippet of his live show recorded at Pavilion, Irving TX supporting Nine Inch Nails. Tracklist: One – Bruce 35 – Objekt This Machines Shares Memes – Peder Mannerfelt Cut and Run – Forest Drive West Leaf – Andrea At It Again – Demdike Stare Yell0w Tail – Overmono Recorded Live at Pavilion, Irving TX – Daniel Avery themeaningoflifeistolive – Anthony Child Pick up the brand new Daniel Avery 'Strobey As F***' t-shirt exclusive to the Phantasy webstore in all sizes here. We ship worldwide.

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RA New Tracks: Cowboy Rhythmbox 'Terminal Madness'

#RANewTracks Cowboy Rhythmbox 'Terminal Madness'. "Steve Poindexter meets Andrew Weatherall-style "drug chug."" - Resident Advisor Pick up the 12" vinyl direct from the webstore here.

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Out Now: Cowboy Rhythmbox 'Terminal Madness'

Cowboy Rhythmbox returns to Phantasy with three esoteric cuts entitled ‘Terminal Madness’. Stream, download and buy the 12" vinyl here. After solid releases throughout 2018 from Daniel Avery, Ghost Culture, James Welsh and Red Axes to name a few, Erol Alkan’s Phantasy Sound return with a triple pronged battle weapon from Cowboy Rhythmbox that takes in inspiration from a wealth of disparate elements; the brutal drum machine swagger of early Chicago house, the murky world of 1980's video arcades, the bleeps of Sheffield, arcane home computing documentaries recorded to VHS, public access TV. ‘Terminal Madness’ is a quirky track about the...

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