Birthday beats.

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.



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