We welcome a prolific figure from amidst the electronic music community whom has remained a consistent presence and a powerhouse of production for many years. Having released a variety of music on Phantasy he has established himself as one of the most respected producers in the business with great taste in records to boot. From futuristic soundscapes to magnificent adaptability for the clubs he is an excellent all rounder whom perhaps deserves more acclaim than is sometimes granted.
He delivers a mix which sees him blend experimental club orientated music with an abstract, forward thinking perspective.
Listen and read the interview below:
Please introduce yourself… Who are you, where are you and what are you?
Hi! My name is James Greenwood, and I'm a music producer living and working in Margate, Kent, Uk.
What does your music sound like? Can you draw what you think it sounds like for us (an image from the old internet is acceptable)?
How would you say the Ghost Culture sound has evolved?
The Ghost Culture sound is evolving into a more energetic club worl that wants to get you moving.
Do you believe in ghosts?
The name is in reference to the culture we are in now, a see through, invisible culture.
Where was the mix recorded?
In my studio in Margate, by the sea.
What would be the ideal setting to listen to the mix?
Before going clubbing on a night out in Berlin
What should we be wearing?
Whatever the most fabulous version of yourself wears!
What would be your dream setting to record a mix: Location/system/format?
In a tree-top retreat overlooking mountains, or something like that with an amazing view. It would be a 'bugged in' style mix
What’s your favourite recorded mix of all time?
Andrew Weatherall 'live at Basics 2013'
If you could go back to back with any DJ from throughout history, who would it be and why?
Aphex Twin - it would be an education!
What’s more important, the track you start on or the track you end on?
Start - always pick the starting track, who knows where you'll be by the end!
What were the first and last records you bought?
First - something from the 'Now that's what I call music' saga probably. Last - Hannah Peel Mary Casio: Journey to Cassiopeia
If this mix was an edible thing, what would it taste like?
Dark (but not too dark) melted chocolate
One record in your collection that is impossible to mix into anything?
Syclops - Jump Bugs
Upcoming in the world of…
Releases coming very soon on Phantasy!!
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