“Love this” – Justin Robertson
“Great variety of styles and tempos. All very playable.” – Kim Cosmik
“Nuba Tuba for me” – dBridge
“Love this release, thank you, will support.” – Scape One
“It’s as good as I knew it would be – awesome stuff” – Bodyjack / HeaT
Horse Time released on 26 February 2021 on Bandcamp, and has now appeared in most shops where it will be carried. For many reasons, I always encourage people to use Bandcamp, although I am listing all stores and services I am aware of here, as certainly for vinyl purchases Bandcamp doesn’t always make sense from abroad, and I know some people are wedded to some digital services. A full list of stores and services that I’m aware of is included below.
List of places you can get Horse Time other than Bandcamp:
- Juno (Vinyl)
- Coldcuts // Hotwax (Vinyl – Sold Out)
- Phonica (Vinyl)
- Decks.de (Vinyl)
- Deejay.de (Vinyl)
- Technique.co.jp (Vinyl)
- Beatport (Digital)
- Amazon Music (Digital)
- Apple Music (Streaming)
- Tidal (Streaming)
- Qobuz (Streaming)
More about the release
Horse Time is the first release on Phonopsia’s new label – Horse Category. As a statement of intent for the sounds to come, this debut record shows the breadth of Phonopsia’s craft in the studio looking to not be limited by genre or tempo. Across the EP he delivers a slow techno track with housey leanings, a room shaking minimal techno track, up-tempo electro wigged out with oddball elements, and a down-tempo finale that abuses time.
The first and last tracks on Horse Time are siblings, products of Covid, and homages to our new post-temporal existence. Trace Signals from a Temporal Dimension and Memories of Time are connected by a shared twinkling melody line – one has all the house music feels of dancing in the day time and the latter offers up a more quirky and playful take on the hook.
Deadline: Gala was recorded as a production demonstration for the Georgetown Film Festival gala in Washington, D.C. in 2002. It was created live with an audience in a two hour window – start to finish. It’s a track that people have enjoyed in his sets now 18 years later will be released on vinyl.
Nuba Tuba was made in 2009, and while it is a bonafide electro track it also brings in influences of early Hemlock/Hessle influence on the large tuba-like bass.
Phonopsia has been making and playing music for a good number of years and was Süd Electronic resident from 2007-2009 and regular guest for Bleep43 from 2002-2010.