One of London’s best-loved record shops, Phonica Records celebrates its eighth birthday this October, with Leftroom and Heidi’s The Jackathon along for the rollercoaster ride.
Taking over 3 arches in the depths of South London’s Great Suffolk Street warehouse, Phonica, one of the last remaining physical stores in Soho’s once bustling music community, brings all its expertise to a line-up that celebrates the finest house and techno around.
The Left Room arch sees the Matt Tolfrey-owned label move on from their recent 5th birthday celebrations Joining Detroit dream team Visionquest (aka Seth Troxler, Ryan Crosson, Shaun Reeves and Lee Curtiss), plus Benoit & Sergio performing live, and label heads Tolfrey and Sam Russo providing support.
The Phonica arch is a hotbed of current electronic gems, with UK funky, garage and dubstep eclecticism Joy Orbison leading the charge. Having begun this year with the launch of a loud and unabashed Wolf+Lamb collaboration, hip- hop-meets-house masters Soul Clap bring the party, whilst
Phonica Records manager Simon Rigg and The Vangelis represent the Phonica staples.
The Jackathon arch sees Heidi joined by Mathias Kaden – a turntablist with impeccable taste in house and techno, plus Deetron, whose melodic take on on Detroit techno has been garnering fans worldwide, plus and purveyors of pure house Waifs & Strays.
We have 2 highly sought after tickets to giveaway to anyone who can answer the following question:
Where in London is Phonica based?