Premiere: Hear a Menacing Techno Cut From phile

The Sydney duo's debut kicks off Deep Seeded Records next month.
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On July 3, Sydney's phile will debut on their own Deep Seeded Records with a self-titled EP.

Comprised of Hannah Lockwood and Gareth Psaltis, phile have been operating within the tight Sydney scene for years now, delivering their dynamic live techno across the city in support of some techno's biggest names, including Rodhad, Container, Gunnar Haslam, and DJ Pete, to name a few.

The duo's debut follows suit with five hard-angled cuts of varying intensity. From the gritty broken beats of opening cut, "Found In Blood," to the harsh and menacing "Abhor," which features the vocals of Karina Utomo, and the poignant closing cut, "Deadzone," phile deliver a standout introduction to their visceral brand of mind-bending techno.

Ahead of the release, which can be pre-ordered here, you can stream the post-punk-esque "Marauder" via the player below.