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#PHANTASYMIX 32: Josh Caffe

Phantasy · #PHANTASYMIX 32: Josh Caffe Josh Caffe has long been a vital component of London’s ever-oscillating club scene, a figure whose productions, vocals and charismatic DJ sets are equally entwined to create a knowledgeable and sensual continuation of the roots of house and techno.Truth be told, recent restrictions have not been kind to Caffe’s specific sound; late night, hedonistic, sleazy and understated records mixed with flair and filth, equally reflected throughout his own productions, released on labels such as Crosstown Rebels, BPitch, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, as well as his own Night Sheen imprint and Love Child records.What a...

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#PHANTASYMIX 31: Lou Hayter

Phantasy · #PHANTASYMIX 31: Lou Hayter Lou Hayter has been a recognisable face on the London music scene since the mid-noughties, when she rose to prominence as part of the ludicrously stylish Mercury nominated electro-pop band, New Young Pony Club. Since then, she has maintained a presence at the always-evolving intersection between music and fashion, building a reputation as a DJ as comfortable at peak-time in the basement of XOYO as at the launches of some of the world’s most desirable brands (Chanel, Miu Miu, Chloe and Paul Smith all have Hayter on their books).Since departing NYPC at the beginning...

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#PHANTASYMIX 30: Ady Toledano

Phantasy · #PHANTASYMIX 30: Ady Toledano Ady Toledano is a humble hero of the Berlin club scene. In better times, he can (and will) be found playing at RIOT, the off-track monthly queer party where he appears alongside Victor Kubin, Mauro Fuela, Borusiade and former #PHANTASYMIX contributor, Charlotte Bendiks. Sonically designed for “eclectic music lovers, non-conformative club kids, tireless dancing cis-ters & non-binary secret agents”, it’s the perfect environment for the tireless Israeli selector to show off his fluid and wide-ranging taste, developed from a background in minimal into full-blown, genre-crossing mastery still not heard enough across the city’s expansive music...

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#PHANTASYMIX 29: Valesuchi

Phantasy · #PHANTASYMIX 29: Valesuchi Valesuchi is much tuned into the necessary physicality and community of dance music, “choosing people’s bodies as a limitless answer.” A fixture across Brazil’s lively club scene, long since proving herself as one of the country’s wiliest and most intuitive selectors, she has shifted fluidly not only between the lively but divergent city scenes of Santiago and Rio De Janeiro, but also maintained a presence on the European club circuit. Of course, much has changed in 2020, but between this contribution to #PHANTASYMIX and a blinding Resident Advisor podcast earlier in 2020, not to mention...

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