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Fronted by Dubliner Gavin Lockhart, Phuse is a collective of musicians where each performer effortlessly blends a myriad of styles - jazz, hip-hop, funk, electronica, ambient, cinematic backdrops and break-beats into a deep and intense soundscape.

This sound is created by the band's integration of standard acoustic instruments such as double bass, drums, saxophone and piano with electric guitars, samplers and a host of other electronic compositional tools.

For more information please contact info@phuseproduction.net

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Featured recording “Mingus Lingers”

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Mingus Lingers

Self Produced (2008)

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”Extraordinary instrumental music blending improvised Jazz, Funk, Orchestral backdrops with clever snippets of electronica.” ~The Times.

“Massive Attack meets Radiohead meets Charles Mingus.” ~ Jazz FM

“Fans of the nu jazz scene and groups like the Cinematic Orchestra and Radiohead would be well-advised to check out this intriguing new outfit from Ireland.” ~ All About Jazz

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