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Four Tet, Special Request, Legowelt, Midland, and More to Appear on Phonica’s 10th Anniversary Compilation Album

Phonica Records celebrate their 10-year anniversary with 3-disc compilation album.

Phonica Records, which opened in 2003, celebrates its 10-year anniversary as a record store with an upcoming 3-disc compilation album. The album includes an impressive array of artists from across the electronic spectrum with exclusive new tracks from Juju & Jordash, Legowelt, Moire, Mr. G, I:Cube and many more.

The final disc brings together releases on the Phonica label from across the years including remixes from Four Tet (pictured above) and Kassem Mosse, along with original tunes from North Lake and Midland. 10 Years of Phonica is released on vinyl February 17th and drops in CD format February 24th. Have a look at the full track list and album artwork below.


01 Joe Claussell – Them Days Are Gone
02 Henrik Schwarz – Synthphonica
03 John Morales – Sitting In The Dark
04 In Flagranti – Outsider House
05 Raudive – Health
06 Trevor Jackson – RGBPM 3
07 Red Rack’em & Medlar – Morning Light
08 Loshea – Home
09 Moire – Solar Signs
10 STL – Freaky Fingers
11 Roman Flugel – Giant Talking Vegetable

01 I:Cube – Chemise Africaine
02 Juju & Jordash – Quneitra
03 Joakim – Eahr
04 Massimiliano Pagliara – It’s A Lately Thing
05 Legowelt – Lovecraftiannature
06 Discodromo – Boi
07 DJ Kaos – Bufflo Dub
08 Mr G – My Thursdayz
09 OL – AMC Edite
10 Lady Blacktronika – Gods And Planets
11 Panoram – Alpha Marmara
12 Psychemagik – Triumph Of The Gods

01 Iori – Moon (Steve Moore Remix)
02 Polymath – Sad City
03 North Lake – Marlborol Noir
04 Midland – Play The Game
05 Special Request – Deflowered (Kassem Mosse & Mix Mup Remix)
06 Bob Holroyd – African Drug (Four Tet Remix)
07 Iori – Grit (Skudge Remix)
08 Lord Of The Isles – Forkx
09 The Draughtsman – Fade To Green
10 Sandro Perri – Love And Light (Tom Croose Remix)


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