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Baker's Dozen

"Music In Which To Get Truly Lost": Daniel Avery's Favourite Records
The Quietus , August 5th, 2015 11:55

The Phantasy producer and DJ goes from mid-teen discoveries to recent acquisitions as he writes us his own Baker's Dozen of top albums, EPs and mixes ahead of his b2b set with Erol Alkan at fabric later this month

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Byetone - SyMeta
Part two

So it was with renewed energy that I started seeking out and making new music again. It was a period in the studio where I felt I was finally able to actualise some of the sounds in my head. This album very much represents that time for me. I love the intensity of it throughout; it feels like you get trapped inside it for its duration. I knew that was something I wanted to aim for in the studio. There's also something very futurist about this sound. That idea of being respectful to the past but wanting to push things forward.


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