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‘Digital Music Almost Killed Me’ by Alexis Raphael

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Alexis Raphael came to prominence in 2011 with his seminal track ‘Spaceship’ & ‘I Know’ and followed with a series of lush, sexy and warm house records that gained universal praise and put Alexis’ sound all around the world. As the music and scene evolved, so too did Alexis’ sound becoming somewhat harder whilst still retaining some of his signature elements; references to acid house, hardcore and jungle, deep pads and vocals.

However, by 2016, Alexis had become somewhat disconnected with the path of the music and scene he was involved in. It took a long time to put together what was wrong but what followed was a three-year path to this point now of launching Paella Hair Sex.

Paella Hair Sex is the beginning of a new chapter in Alexis Raphael’s musical story. The first two EPs will be from the label boss himself, kicking off with ‘Digital Music Almost Killed Me EP’.

We spoke about Paella Hair Sex, running labels, creche and a whole host of Music Industry Tips. He’s also looking for new artists to join the PHS family – please send demos to [email protected]

You can listen below or on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcast and more via Anchor.

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