#PHANTASYMIX

#PHANTASYMIX 15: Dark Circles

Dark Circles have only been releasing music over the past few years, each time with infrequency but serious impact, and always on their own, specially tailored imprint, DC Trax. They also nailed a weird and wonderful remix of Phantasy’s own Future Four (a creative partnership between Erol Alkan and The Emperor Machine founder, Andy Meecham), which has become a go-to selection for the likes of Gerd Janson... [Read More]


#PHANTASYMIX 14: Justin Cudmore

In a scene dominated by diggers, dealers and the self-indulgently eclectic, it can be inspiring to come across an artist who above all, just wants to make it bang. Justin Cudmore has been immersed in music since his early teens, making an impact in both Chicago, where he studied and progressed to work for the sadly defunct, once influential dance music site, Little White Earbuds, to his current tenure in New York, where he’s a regular at rave institution The Bunker, and further afield across the USA’s rapidly expanding, socially vital queer party scene.Cudmore is flawless when it comes to... [Read More]


#PHANTASYMIX 13: Andrew Thomson

With an incredibly keen curatorial ear and an enviable address book of some of the most genuinely cool characters in contemporary dance music, Huntleys & Palmers founder Andrew Thomson has spent the last ten years evolving into of the most quietly vital practitioners of UK club culture. As a label head, a party promoter and a musical consultant, it’s no surprise that he’s also a fantastic and truly versatile DJ, as is almost immediately evident in this live mix, recorded in anticipation of an eight-hour set at renowned underground Georgia club, Bassiani. Since founding Huntleys and Palmers in 2008, Thomson has... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 12: Ozel AB

Having forged deserved relationships with two of the most celebrated labels in contemporary electronic music, Lobster Theremin and Workshop, Ozel AB is already a recognisable moniker on a house and techno scene that’s busier and faster evolving than ever. More recently, he contributed a forceful and atmospheric remix - his first ever to be officially released - of James Welsh’s ‘Thread’. The record is out now, also featuring remixes from FC Kahuna and Radio Slave. Ozel AB, also known as Luke Palmer, is also the latest contributor to the Phantasy mix series. The depth and feeling in his releases... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 11: C.A.R. 

C.A.R. is the personal project of London’s Chloe Raunet, a French singer-songwriter specialising in "glimmering electronics and post-punk angles", and ‘PINNED’, released on Ransom Note Records, marks her second full-length LP, having also collaborated with Ivan Smagghe, Maceo Plex and Red Axes. In common with these collaborators, the music of C.A.R. thrives on the offbeat edges of the dancefloor, where an insistent angular groove meets frosty lyricism, and bittersweet sentiment. ‘PINNED’ was recorded alongside Steve Osborne, who has previously worked with pop luminaries Simple Minds, New Order and Happy Mondays. His restrained mix captures this very particular energy perfectly, with traces of the finest... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 10: Lemmy Ashton

Nationally beloved club brand BuggedOut! may have been present on the scene for nearly twenty-five years now, but it’s most recent history has had much to do with it’s booker, resident DJ and all-round jack of all trades, Lemmy Ashton. From their sorely missed January weekender, to a string of all-night club events, Ashton has been key to keeping things future-thinking yet always fun... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 09: Henry Fry

Henry Fry has long been a fixture on the London electronic and alternative music scenes, having been associated with parties like Trash spin-off Durrr, as well as Snap, Crackle & Pop, and more recently, co-founding Let’s Go Swimming, the record label and party at which Fry is resident. These special London soirees have featured guest appearances from independently minded DJs and producers, including, but not limited to Beatrice Dillon, Jon Rust, Jayda G, and fpr the upcoming December edition, mysterious German breakbeat enthusiast, Skee Mask... [Read More]

 


#PHANTASYMIX 08: Ricardo Tobar

Chile's Ricardo Tobar reignites the #PHANTASYMIX series with an hour of unique, psychedelia infused selections. Scroll down for some thoughts from Ricardo about the track selections, music that's been inspiring him lately and his recent release on MUSAR... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 07: Nathan Gregory Wilkins (Cowboy Rhythmbox)

A crash course for the ravers from Cowboy Rhythmbox's Nathan Gregory Wilkins... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 06: James Welsh (aka Kamera)

Debuting on Phantasy under 'Kamera' back in 2015 with a remix of Erol Alkan’s shimmering single 'Sub Conscious', Kamera has since returned to release his 'Arc' EP & 'Ventoux' EP, with follow-up remix 12"s featuring George FitzGerald, Throwing Snow, Yaleesa Hall and Truncate... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 05: Yaleesa Hall

Welcoming Yaleesa Hall to our #PHANTASYMIX series in support of his remix for Kamera's 'Consignia' [PH49RMX1] which is out now on Phantasy and can be bought here... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 04: Shock Machine

Shock Machine aka James Righton announced the existence of his first ever solo project, Shock Machine, with news of a debut EP ‘Open Up The Sky’ (out now on Marathon Artists) and a beautiful, eponymous introductory track, ‘Shock Machine’... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 03: Shan

I wanted to make a mix that reflects what I would play out in a club. There are some new and old tracks, some unreleased ones and a few edits. Usually I select a couple of tracks and then try to get them in an order that makes sense to me. I start slow, have the tension rise and then take some steam out and try to find a good end... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 02: Ghost Culture

Here's a new exclusive mix from Ghost Culture for our ‪#‎PHANTASYMIX‬ series - every month we'll have something special from our artists, for your ears... [Read More]

 

#PHANTASYMIX 01: Kamera

Exclusive Kamera mix for Phantasy as part of the #phantasymix series... [Read More]