News — Daniel Avery

Phantasy 100: PH21 – PH30

PH21 Daniel Avery: "Again, I don’t have the most crystal clear memories of this time other than it being an incredible rush. This one really felt like a mission statement. Water Jump started life as some dull prog house track that was going nowhere but I always liked the vocal. James Greenwood (aka Ghost Culture), my longtime studio partner, encouraged me to rip it up and start again. The track was finished in about three hours. For some reason the studio had a club system set up in the room and we listened to the drop about fifty times in a...

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Daniel Avery 'Love + Light' Visual Album

Daniel Avery shares the accompanying visual album for 'Love + Light', created by Australian designer Greg Hodgson.Read his interview with Crack Magazine here, exploring the creation of 'Love + Light'.

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Phantasy 100: PH11 – PH20

PH11 Brazilian artist Babe, Terror was introduced to Phantasy with two releases in quick succession, having been discovered at the time via Myspace. His unusual work was, at that point, unlike anything on the label so far. Indeed, it was much removed from almost anything anywhere, and still sounds utterly unclassifiable a decade later. Arriving on Phantasy with his debut single, ‘Summertime, Our League’ (PH11), the sometimes abstract music of Babe, Terror was investigated in depth and whipped into unexpected shapes by a golden class of remixers including Four Tet, Appleblim & Arkist.   It was released on 12” orange splatter...

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Out Now: New Daniel Avery Album 'Love + Light'

Daniel Avery returns with his third full-length album, Love + Light, a surprise release out now on all digital platforms, with ethereal artwork taken from an image by Avery’s tour photographer Keffer. A vinyl and CD release will follow, expected September – pre-order here. Love + Light arrives unexpectedly, following Avery’s recent collaborations with Alessandro Cortini on the critically acclaimed Illusion of Time LP (“a record that suggests Godspeed You! Black Emperor in drone mode, reimagining Music For Airports as if the runways were covered in gravel and air traffic control was on strike,” said Loud & Quiet, while Q hailed...

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