Phonica unveil the second in a series of three 12″ samplers featuring a selection of tracks from their new compilation ‘Ten Years Of Phonica’.
Phonica favourite Lo Shea kicks off Sampler number 2 with the ominous ‘Home’, a bassline-heavy house cut that continues on from his streak of high quality and inventive 12″ releases on Seaghdha. Medlar and Red Rack’em join forces for the submerged ‘Morning Light’. It’s deep house in its truest form and here’s hoping they continue to collaborate, because on the basis of this, they’re onto something very special.
Moiré is another producer Phonica have been hugely impressed with, his highly original 12″s for Werk Discs and Rush Hour blew us away and his contribution ‘Solar Signs’ doesn’t disappoint. Cult producer STL rounds out the 12″ with ‘Freaky Fingers’. His distinctively twisted take on house and techno is in full effect on this one, whistles and all. As STL releases on labels other than Something or Smallville are a rarity, it’s yet another coup for Phonica.
Grab a copy here.