OMG047 – Phonat ‘Set Me Free’

“this guy F*ks with all the rules”* Norman Cook a.k.a fatboy slim 

“My favourite song so far of 2009… it’s really amazing. lots of wicked rifts that go real mental”- Jaymo and Andy George on Radio 1 covering for Annie Mac. Phonat is one of the most exciting producers in electronic music right now, and Set Me Free is the follow up to the innovative and critically 
acclaimed Learn to Recycle which was celebrated as one of the most adventurous pieces of electronic music to be released in 2008 and was 
described as the ‘Bohemian Rhapsody for the acid house generation’. 

Combining disco, rave revivalism and straight up party electro, Set Me Free is one of those genre-defying gems that grabs you instantly. With its insanely catchy lead hook and vocal, here at onelove towers this has to be one of our favourites of 09 so far. 

Support has come thick and fast from top DJs including AnnieMac, Annie Nightingale, Andy George, Rob Da Bank, Herve, Kissy Sell Out and *Pete 

Also featured is a re-edit by East London Nu Disco Outfit Tasmanian Disco Stampede, which re-focusses the track on its more funky elements for more disco based dancefloors. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Mixes include…

Original Extended Version

Tasmanian Disco Stampede Remix

Album Version

Avicii remix

Louis La Roche remix

High Rankin remix

Matt Nugent remix

Phonat Video Edit

Kid Kenobi remix


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