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1. Fight

Fight

'Fight' by Phoenix Calling. Released 17 May 2018 on The Fort record label. Produced by Will Cooper and mixed by Ben Cotton at The Den Production Studios. Mastered by Tom Woodhead at Hippocratic mastering.

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3. Hypnotic

  • Published: 2014-10-21T06:26:50Z
  • By Zella Day
Hypnotic

"Hypnotic" available on Zella Day's debut EP released digitally and on 10" gatefold limited edition decorative swirl vinyl on October 21, 2014 via B3SCI Records. Order here: b3scirecords.bandcamp.com/album/zella-day-ep Get Hypnotic Free on iTunes: http://smarturl.it/zdsotw Follow Zella on Twitter - twitter.com/zelladay Like Zella on Facebook: www.facebook.com/zelladay Listen to Zella on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/zdemerge Listen to Zella Day on Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/1kP68Zl Follow Zella on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/zelladay The sound of strumming guitars; the feel of soft, wet clay; the scent of fresh brewed coffee: this was Zella Day’s childhood. Secluded in the quaint mountain town of Pinetop, Arizona, Zella’s creativity flourished with the forest at her doorstep. High above Phoenix Valley, Pinetop holds a population of 7,000, and Zella's family-owned Mor Mor Coffee House was an only sanctuary for artists. Surrounding herself with local musicians, Zella was inspired to pick up the guitar at the young age of nine. Before long, the blossoming chanteuse started performing sets including Bob Dylan and Elvis songs - selections inspired by her coffee house family. The native Arizonan found a calling in music and used it as a form of self-realization penning her experiences and discovering herself through the intricacies of song. She drew inspiration from the serene Arizona mountains and turned to Clint Eastwood, old Western films, and cowboy rebel culture to help shape the attitude behind her music. The result is a raw, organic sound unconfined by the boundaries of genre. It effortlessly floats between the tonalities of female frontier-maker Stevie Nicks and art pop songbird Lana Del Rey while invoking imagery painted by Old Arizona and a free-spirited perspective. Her upcoming self-titled EP is the ideal introduction to Zella, both as an artist and as a woman. The four-track collection showcases her Western Bohemian persona, juxtaposing the crunching drum machines and menacing electronics of its single, “Sweet Ophelia,” with chiming keys and soaring melodies in its lead-off track, “East Of Eden.” Though sonically diverse, this debut is an eye into the future of a prospering young talent. Each song comes straight from the heart as she sings about her love of Arizona (“Compass”), the strength of women (“Hypnotic”), and what it’s like to grow up with a rebellious soul. Consequently, it’s not surprising the cover artwork features Zella standing in front of a vibrant yellow backdrop. Like the songs themselves, the pop art-influenced cover illustrates the songstress’ perception of the world and femininity with what she calls “fully clothed sexuality.” Drawing from the examples of beauty in Zella’s life, the imagery is both sensual and proper (the only skin revealed is her face) and yet another testament to the importance of girl power that engulfs this album. This October, B3SCI/Pinetop Records will release 'Zella Day'. The debut EP follows up the April release of a limited edition 7-inch vinyl of “Sweet Opelia”/“1965.” The tracks were brought to life at Los Angeles's WAX LTD. Studios with the production and mixing prowess of Xandy Barry and Wally Gagel. This debut EP showcases a young singer-songwriter’s visceral visions and liberated mentality, while foreshadowing the depth of a long career that's yet to come. Recorded, Produced and Mixed in Los Angeles @ WAX LTD. Studios by Wally Gagel and Xandy Barry.

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4. Sweet Ophelia

  • Published: 2014-02-25T08:08:44Z
  • By Zella Day
Sweet Ophelia

"Sweet Ophelia" releases both digitally and on limited edition 7" clear vinyl on April 7, 2014 via B3SCI Records. Pre-order here: http://b3scirecords.bigcartel.com/product/b3sr-006-zella-day-sweet-ophelia-1965 The sound of strumming guitars; the feel of soft, wet clay; the scent of fresh brewed coffee: this was Zella Day’s childhood. Secluded in the quaint mountain town of Pinetop, Arizona, Zella’s creativity flourished with the forest at her doorstep. High above Phoenix Valley, Pinetop holds a population of 7,000, and Zella's family-owned Mor Mor Coffee House was an only sanctuary for artists. Surrounding herself with local musicians, Zella was inspired to pick up the guitar at a young age. Before long, the blossoming chanteuse started performing sets including Bob Dylan and Elvis songs - selections inspired by her coffee house family. The native Arizonan had found a calling in music and used it as a form of self-realization, penning her experiences and discovering herself through the intricacies of song. She drew inspiration from the serene Arizona mountains and turned to Clint Eastwood, old Western films, and cowboy rebel culture to help shape the attitude behind her music. The result is a raw, organic sound unconfined by the boundaries of genre. It effortlessly floats between the tonalities of female frontier-maker Stevie Nicks and art pop songbird Lana Del Rey while invoking imagery painted by Old Arizona and a free-spirited perspective. To date, Zella Day’s music has barely crossed paths with the outside world; however, her short series of self-released demos and collaborations caught fire throughout the indie community. One such supporter of her undeniable talent was the boutique music press outlet B3SCI. Having recently formed a singles record imprint, B3SCI was undoubtedly the natural home for the songwriter's first official offering to the world. The upcoming two-track single leads with “Sweet Ophelia,” a blending of personal encounters in an eerie resemblance to that of Hamlet’s Ophelia. Crunching drum machines and menacing electronics juxtapose Zella’s airy croons as she sings about the sanctity of physical connection, powerfully portraying both the majesty and fragility of letting love consume you. The B-side, “1965,” takes a more straightforward approach, showcasing Zella’s strong voice atop soft, pattering drums and fluttering guitars. The lyrics tell a story about finding a genuine connection among a sea of inauthenticity. Moreover, the track celebrates its title - the year that a generation united despite a delusive society. On April 7th, B3SCI Records will release 'Sweet Ophelia / 1965' on limited edition 7-inch clear vinyl. The tracks were brought to life at Los Angeles's WAX LTD. Studios with the production and mixing prowess of Xandy Barry and Wally Gagel. This debut collection showcases a young songstress’ visceral visions and liberated mentality, while foreshadowing the depth of a long career that's yet to come. Artwork by Brock Lefferts.

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5. Compass

  • Published: 2014-08-14T05:24:37Z
  • By Zella Day
Compass

"Compass" available on Zella Day's upcoming debut EP releasing on 10" gatefold limited edition decorative swirl vinyl on October 21, 2014 via B3SCI Records. Pre-order here: b3scirecords.bandcamp.com/album/zella-day-ep Follow Zella on Twitter - twitter.com/zelladay Like Zella on Facebook: www.facebook.com/zelladay Watch "Compass" on YouTube: http://bit.ly/CompassYT Buy "Compass" on iTunes: http://bit.ly/ZellaITunes Stream "Compass" on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1tgdcyT The sound of strumming guitars; the feel of soft, wet clay; the scent of fresh brewed coffee: this was Zella Day’s childhood. Secluded in the quaint mountain town of Pinetop, Arizona, Zella’s creativity flourished with the forest at her doorstep. High above Phoenix Valley, Pinetop holds a population of 7,000, and Zella's family-owned Mor Mor Coffee House was an only sanctuary for artists. Surrounding herself with local musicians, Zella was inspired to pick up the guitar at the young age of nine. Before long, the blossoming chanteuse started performing sets including Bob Dylan and Elvis songs - selections inspired by her coffee house family. The native Arizonan found a calling in music and used it as a form of self-realization penning her experiences and discovering herself through the intricacies of song. She drew inspiration from the serene Arizona mountains and turned to Clint Eastwood, old Western films, and cowboy rebel culture to help shape the attitude behind her music. The result is a raw, organic sound unconfined by the boundaries of genre. It effortlessly floats between the tonalities of female frontier-maker Stevie Nicks and art pop songbird Lana Del Rey while invoking imagery painted by Old Arizona and a free-spirited perspective. Her upcoming self-titled EP is the ideal introduction to Zella, both as an artist and as a woman. The four-track collection showcases her Western Bohemian persona, juxtaposing the crunching drum machines and menacing electronics of its single, “Sweet Ophelia,” with chiming keys and soaring melodies in its lead-off track, “East Of Eden.” Though sonically diverse, this debut is an eye into the future of a prospering young talent. Each song comes straight from the heart as she sings about her love of Arizona (“Compass”), the strength of women (“Hypnotic”), and what it’s like to grow up with a rebellious soul. Consequently, it’s not surprising the cover artwork features Zella standing in front of a vibrant yellow backdrop. Like the songs themselves, the pop art-influenced cover illustrates the songstress’ perception of the world and femininity with what she calls “fully clothed sexuality.” Drawing from the examples of beauty in Zella’s life, the imagery is both sensual and proper (the only skin revealed is her face) and yet another testament to the importance of girl power that engulfs this album. This October, B3SCI/Pinetop Records will release 'Zella Day'. The debut EP follows up the April release of a limited edition 7-inch vinyl of “Sweet Opelia”/“1965.” The tracks were brought to life at Los Angeles's WAX LTD. Studios with the production and mixing prowess of Xandy Barry and Wally Gagel. This debut EP showcases a young singer-songwriter’s visceral visions and liberated mentality, while foreshadowing the depth of a long career that's yet to come. Recorded, Produced and Mixed in Los Angeles @ WAX LTD. Studios by Wally Gagel and Xandy Barry.

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6. Double Gum & Maarten Phoenix - Calling (Max Freegrant Remix)[OUT NOW]

Double Gum & Maarten Phoenix - Calling (Max Freegrant Remix)[OUT NOW]

OUT NOW - bit.ly/FG148CallingEP We are proud to present our new release "Calling EP". Our newcomers "Double Gum" made amazing debut with 3 tracks (Calling, Olympic Bear & Montana) written together with Maarten Phoenix & Cherry. Also release including huge remix from one and only Max Freegrant Enjoy & stay with Freegrant Music https://www.facebook.com/FreegrantMusic http://freegrantmusic.com

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7. 1965

  • Published: 2014-03-17T17:03:55Z
  • By Zella Day
1965

"1965" releases both digitally and on limited edition 7" clear vinyl on April 7, 2014 via B3SCI Records. Pre-order here: http://b3scirecords.bigcartel.com/product/b3sr-006-zella-day-sweet-ophelia-1965 The sound of strumming guitars; the feel of soft, wet clay; the scent of fresh brewed coffee: this was Zella Day’s childhood. Secluded in the quaint mountain town of Pinetop, Arizona, Zella’s creativity flourished with the forest at her doorstep. High above Phoenix Valley, Pinetop holds a population of 7,000, and Zella's family-owned Mor Mor Coffee House was an only sanctuary for artists. Surrounding herself with local musicians, Zella was inspired to pick up the guitar at a young age. Before long, the blossoming chanteuse started performing sets including Bob Dylan and Elvis songs - selections inspired by her coffee house family. The native Arizonan had found a calling in music and used it as a form of self-realization, penning her experiences and discovering herself through the intricacies of song. She drew inspiration from the serene Arizona mountains and turned to Clint Eastwood, old Western films, and cowboy rebel culture to help shape the attitude behind her music. The result is a raw, organic sound unconfined by the boundaries of genre. It effortlessly floats between the tonalities of female frontier-maker Stevie Nicks and art pop songbird Lana Del Rey while invoking imagery painted by Old Arizona and a free-spirited perspective. To date, Zella Day’s music has barely crossed paths with the outside world; however, her short series of self-released demos and collaborations caught fire throughout the indie community. One such supporter of her undeniable talent was the boutique music press outlet B3SCI. Having recently formed a singles record imprint, B3SCI was undoubtedly the natural home for the songwriter's first official offering to the world. The upcoming two-track single leads with “Sweet Ophelia,” a blending of personal encounters in an eerie resemblance to that of Hamlet’s Ophelia. Crunching drum machines and menacing electronics juxtapose Zella’s airy croons as she sings about the sanctity of physical connection, powerfully portraying both the majesty and fragility of letting love consume you. The B-side, “1965,” takes a more straightforward approach, showcasing Zella’s strong voice atop soft, pattering drums and fluttering guitars. The lyrics tell a story about finding a genuine connection among a sea of inauthenticity. Moreover, the track celebrates its title - the year that a generation united despite a delusive society. On April 7th, B3SCI Records will release 'Sweet Ophelia / 1965' on limited edition 7-inch clear vinyl. The tracks were brought to life at Los Angeles's WAX LTD. Studios with the production and mixing prowess of Xandy Barry and Wally Gagel. This debut collection showcases a young songstress’ visceral visions and liberated mentality, while foreshadowing the depth of a long career that's yet to come. Artwork by Brock Lefferts.

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8. Hold On To Glory

Hold On To Glory

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9. Traces

Traces

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10. Traces

Traces

'Traces' from the debut album 'Forget Your Ghosts' by Phoenix Calling - released on The Fort record label.

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11. Everybody Knows

Everybody Knows

'Everybody Knows' from the debut album 'Forget Your Ghosts' by Phoenix Calling - released on The Fort record label.

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12. Phoenix calling

Phoenix calling

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13. Rescue Me

Rescue Me

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14. Liquicity Yearmix 2014 (Mixed By Maduk)[Free Download!]

  • Published: 2014-12-19T15:13:06Z
  • By Maduk
Liquicity Yearmix 2014 (Mixed By Maduk)[Free Download!]

Merry Christmas! On behalf of Liquicity, thanks for the great support again this year :) 1. Feint - Face Down 2. Fliwo - Stories 3. Manoeuvres - Mad World (Station Earth Remix) 4. Mage - The Words I Never Said 5. Agnes - Fuel to Fire (Dexcell Remix) 6. Xilent - Free Me (Smooth Remix) 7. Hugh Hardie - Colourful Language 8. Phaction - Someone (feat. Katkin Willow) 9. Zoë Phillips - Road Signs (Hugh Hardie Remix) 10. Seba - Lose Control 11. Bachelors of Science - Beats Still Own the Rhythm 12. Heart Of Glass Ft. Denny White (Champion Remix) 13. Maduk & Nymfo - Motions 14. Kate Kay Es - Once You Did (Spillage Remix) 15. Namaste feat. Tiana Khasi - Signs (Radio Edit) 16. Maduk - Change 17. Love Letter (Keeno Remix) 18. Franklin - Colours (Whiney Remix) 19. Maduk - Ghost Assassin VIP (ft Veela) 20. Koven - Make It There (NCT Bootleg) 21. Woody - Moonlight 22. Station Earth - Cold Green Eyes (ft. Roos Denayer) 23. T and Sugah - Green Valleys (ft Ayve) 24. Maduk - Vermilion 25. Dirty Vegas - Let The Night (Dualistic Remix) 26. Fliwo - Calling 27. Maduk - Avalon (VIP) 28. QBIG & Zenith B - Echoes 29. Noisestorm - Surge (Drum And Bass Mix) 30. Koven - Miracle (Drum & Bass Mix) 31. Mediks Ft. Georgina Upton - By a Thread (Hybrid Minds Remix) 32. Indivision - Blinded 33. Raise Spirit - When You're Ready 34. Flite - Colorless 35. Champion - What I Need 36. Dualistic - No Air 37. Priority One & TwoThirds - City Needs Sleep 38. Adam Szabo & Johan Vilborg - Two To One (Dualistic Bootleg) 39. Fake Static Noise - Fall (Maxin & Ruben Remix) 40. Phloem - Midnight Love (Original Mix) 41. Maduk - Believe (Logistics Remix) 42. Murdock, Submatik & Jenna G - Good Luv 43. Subliminal cuts - Le Voie Le Soleil (L-While Remix) 44. Zero Tolerance ft. Steo - Walk Away (Champion Remix) 45. Champion - Phoenix 46. NCT & Dualistic - The Unknown 47. Avizura - Air Castles 48. Feint - Homebound 49. Station Earth - Astral Walker 50. Champion - Crystallise 51. Loz Contreras - Baby It's You 52. Maduk & Vandera - Never Stop Loving You 53. Pierce Fulton - Kuaga (Champion Remix) 54. Smooth & Futurebound - Savoy Affair 55. Maduk & Nymfo - Like This 56. Future Prophecies - September (Maduk & Champion Remix) 57. Dan Dakota - Telecaster 58. Rameses B - Memoirs (VIP)

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15. Traces

Traces

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16. 01 Phoenix Calling - Everybody Knows

01 Phoenix Calling - Everybody Knows

Punktastic 13.12 Compilation!

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17. Everybody Knows

Everybody Knows

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18. Phoenix Calling

  • Published: 2014-10-11T14:55:48Z
  • By anteros76
Phoenix Calling

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