Phonica Records has announced details of a 20th anniversary compilation.
Released on 1st December, '20 Years Of Phonica' celebrates two decades of the legendary London record store and marks the follow-up to 2013's well-received 'Ten Years Of Phonica'.
For the new compilation, Phonica asked their favourite producers and friends to give them exclusive tracks for a new compilation. The result is 18 tracks of brand new, previously unreleased music by established and up-and-coming artists across genres that Phonica is well-known for.
Among the artists to contribute to the release include Peggy Gou, Daniel Avery, Tim Reaper & Comfort Zone, Shy One, Midland, Shanti Celeste and more. Listen to Daniel Avery's contribution, 'Bell', Tim Reaper & Comfort Zone's 'Subterranean' and Dam Swindle's 'Allright (Just A Tribute)' below.
Also feature on the release are Paramida and E-Talking, Gene On Earth, Nyra, Eli Escobar, Yak and others.
Set for release across 3xCD, four limited 12” vinyl samplers and digitally, you can pre-order the compilation - which takes in 41 tracks in total - here.
Founded by Simon Rigg, Tom Relleen and Heidi Van Den Amstel, Phonica Records was launched back in 2003 during a climate of closing record stores and splintering genres in electronic music.
From earlier this year, revisit DJ Mag's feature on how to survive as a record store in 2023.