Levon Vincent and A Guy Called Gerald descend on Fabric to mark 10 years of Phonica Records
Soho vinyl specialist Phonica Records has turned 10 years old, and to celebrate hitting double figures the London dance collective and record shop is hosting a night at Fabric on October 5 featuring some of its highest-quality friends and associates.
NYC house boss Levon Vincent (pictured) will headline room one alongside Manchester veteran A Guy Called Gerald, who’ll be turning in a live set, with additional sets coming from Phonica’s own Hector and the label’s co-founder Heidi.
In room two, Phonica’s DJ in residence Terry Francis will be supported by a live set from Frankfurt electro producer Anthony Rother and Canadian experimenter Hrdvision, while room three will feature a live performance from Lord Of The Isles plus Phonica boss Simon Rigg, a special collaboration from Anthea & Soho and selections from Phonica’s in-store team, Johnny Rock, Nick Rooms and Brian not Brian.
Tickets for 10 Years of Phonica are available from RA now.