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Archie B announces debut LP ‘Music is my Ecstasy’


Freakin909 are proud to announce the debut album release of rising UK house artist, Archie B.

Based in Oxford, Archie has carved out a strong career as a DJ, supporting acts such as Rudimental, Redlight and Gorgon City. Turning his hand to producing only four years ago, he has already amassed a great deal of attention with releases on CR2, Audiowhore, Audio Rehab, Champion and Madtech. His rise has been so meteoric that he’s already grown his fanbase to include high profile DJs Pete Tong (who championed ‘Gassed Up’) and Roger Sanchez (who made ‘No Limit on Funk’ Track of the Week) among many others. Further radio plays have come from Danny Howard, who is heavily supporting Archies tracks, and 1Xtra’s Monki.

‘Music is my Ecstasy’ is due out on 13th December and features 12 unique original tracks, that combine UK Garage, House and Bass music into a satisfying whole.

The album was two and a half years in the making and is my biggest musical achievement to date and it represents the musical journey I’ve taken over the years. All the tracks were written and produced in a live studio with many live instruments, so I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did making it.” – Archie B

Music really is my ecstasy and when I listen to it that’s my high.” Archie says, Each track a personal moment for him; a mood, a feeling or a memory forever encapsulated in music. Our premiere ‘Want You’ reflects an emotional time after the death of a close friend.

Check out ‘Want you’ below and grab the whole album on Beatport now!

1. Archie B – Ecstasy
2. Archie B – Want you
3. Archie B  – Hold me 
4. Archie B – Saved My Life 
5. Archie B – Your Love 
6. Archie B – Quantum 
7. Archie B –  Burning in my Soul 
8. Archie B – The Edge 
9. Archie B – Big things 
10. Archie B – It’s over 
11. Archie B – Clear Skies 
12. Archie B – Empire 

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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