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Out now: Ghost Culture 'Blue Ice / Meltwater'

Ghost Culture makes a return to Phantasy with a digital double-side of emotive and futurist electro, ‘Blue Ice/Meltwater’. Stream and download via Beatport HERE ‘Blue Ice’ dives immediately into trippy euphoria, perfectly engineered to transmit a trance- like effect on listeners. It’s tunnelling energy doesn’t let up from beginning to end, melting through layer-upon-layer of serotonin-altering rave oscillations, awash in a texture that lands somewhere between melancholy and euphoria, strobe light and sunrise. ‘Meltwater’ meanwhile begins unassumingly, executing a spacious rhythm that is soon consumed by powerful sub-bass weight and an almost overwhelming rush of analogue synthesis. The result is...

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Ghost Culture remixes Teleman

Ghost Culture is back on remix duties, putting his signature spin on Teleman ‘Family Of Aliens’, taken off their new forthcoming remix album.

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Out Now: Ghost Culture 'Axon'

Following on from 2017’s experimentally-focused EP, ‘Nucleus’, Axon finds Phantasy regular Ghost Culture return with an urgent, pristine slice of club euphoria, backed by a standout remix from Legowelt. The original version of ‘Axon’ powers ahead with a supremely physical bassline and a ghostly atmosphere that’s slathered with atmospheric choral touches, contrasted by punching, powerful drums. Each perfectly tuned element weaves a seriously impressive spell of charismatic, contemporary electro. 'Axon’s original form is then driven underground and transformed into something truly psychedelic at the hands of legendary producer and synth legend, Legowelt. Coaxing out one of his distinctive acid lines,...

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Phantasy 2017: A Year In Music

It’s been a busier year as any we’ve had before at Phantasy, and as we reach the very end of the line with 2018 on the not-so-distant horizon, we’d like to share with you some of the tracks that have defined these past twelve-months, both released on Phantasy, and from artists across other labels that have inspired us. From our own stable, expect to revisit the euphoric, industrial tinted techno of James Welsh, skittering experimental electronics from Ghost Culture, and of course, percolating club weirdness from Cowboy Rhythmbox. There was also perhaps Phantasy’s most unique and challenging LP yet, in...

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