By Louise Conville 2nd Jul, 2010
It has been three years since Phonique's last album 'Good Idea', and he has melded more styles on 'Kissing Strangers' than you can shake a disco stick at.
By Natasha Christov 21st Jul, 2008
To be completely honest, a mixture of apprehension and excitement precluded Phonique’s visit to Melbourne. His beautifully warm, deep melodies I could listen to ad nauseam, but to say I was a fan of his synthy, tech-driven tracks would be lying.
By Kat Loughrey 10th Jul, 2008
German producer and DJ extraordinaire Phonique (of the Dessous label) will be dishing up a 4 hour set of techno, minimal and deep house at Ffour this Saturday, 12th July.
By Jack Tregoning 2nd Jul, 2008
After much patient waiting, Australia is finally getting a visit from Phonique this month. The honorary Berliner can always be relied upon to make a sought-after record, and here he tells ITM what we can expect from his virgin voyage down under.
By Tim Hardaker 21st Apr, 2008
You’ve gotta love it when an artist lets slip on their MySpace page they’re touring, right? Berlin-based producer Phonique is the latest to post details of an Australian visit, with dates for a tour in July recently going online.
By Laura Miller 24th Aug, 2007
Berlin based producer Phonique (otherwise known as Michael Vater) returns with his second artist album 'Good Idea'
By Jitwam Sinha 13th Jun, 2007
Phonique, aka Michael Vater, has become a reputable name within the electronic music scene for his soulful take on the German minimal sound. He's also just released a brand new double album.
By Paul Bui 14th May, 2006
German star producer Phonique chatted to Skrufff this week and revealed that he's so passionate about playing table tennis with fellow minimal maestro Steve Bug that he always carries a bat and ball in his car.
By Brynley Hull 16th Dec, 2004
Like much emanating from Germany these days, be it the harder sounds of techno and electro or the softer tones and beats of deep and tech house, Phonique's Identification demonstrates that there really is no need to rely on the obvious and overused to cre
By Kal Pittaway 26th Nov, 2002
The second time was last Thursday, for a so-called "invasion" of the dark lords of the Melbourne jungle - Krachmacher. I didn't quite know what to expect, and was very curious as to how different each KM DJ would be with their sounds.