hide

Need a gift for a gifted musician?

The SoundCloud Premium accounts also come as virtual gifts and it takes only two minutes to get one. Head over to our Gift page and check out the different Premium accounts starting at only €29 per year.

Gift page

About

For DJ enquiries Email: murray@twopointzeroagency.com

Phil Dockerty is best known for his work as part of Futureshock, the electronic duo he formed with Alex Tepper at the end of the 90’s. But his career in production and DJing began a decade earlier when he began his DJing apprenticeship in the clubs and bars around Birmingham.

As a DJ Phil has played across the UK, Europe, South America and Asia both solo and as Futureshock. The list of venues he’s performed at includes most of the acknowledged ‘best clubs in the world’, these include: Pacha (Ibiza), Amnesia (Ibiza), EL Divino (Ibiza), Privilege (Ibiza), Yellow (Tokyo) Ageha (Tokyo), Womb (Tokyo), Pacha (Buenos Aires), Fabric (London), The End (London), Ministry of Sound (London), Sankeys (Manchester), The Arches (Glasgow), Zouk (Singapore), Propaganda (Moscow), Paradiso (Amsterdam) La Mania (Constanta, Romania) and Kristal (Bucharest).

The period between 1998 and 2003 saw Futureshock create a staggering list of remixes and by the time this remix work was scaled down, to allow time to work on their own productions, the list included: The Chemical Brothers, Underworld, Moby, New Order, Groove Armada, Danny Tenaglia, Green Velvet, Luke Slater and Saint Etienne. (see discogs link above for full list)

Their Debut single ‘Sparc’ launched the Futureshock & Junior label Fuju the genre defying track found It’s way into record boxes of DJ’s from across the scene and it was this and other mixes for labels that included Bedrock, Defected, Yoshtoshi, Azuli that helped them achieve the award for ‘Best Underground Act’ (Dancestar 2001)

Futureshock released the album ‘Phantom Theory’ (Parlophone/EMI) in 2003 receiving star reviews in the dance press and launched into a diary of live shows that included Glastonbury, Leeds and Reading Festival, Homelands and Creamfields in the UK. International appearances included Dance Valley (NL), Skol Beats (Brazil), Gatecrasher (Moscow) and Zoukfest (Malaysia). They also supported Underworld on live shows across the UK and on shows in Asia, a highlight being electraglide in Tokyo.



Statikman

Taking the name from the opening track of Futureshock’s 2003 album, Statikman is the alter ego of DJ/Producer Phil Dockerty.

Phil Dockerty Phil Dockerty, DJ and Producer, Britain (UK)

Follow
  • DJ Mixes 0 tracks, 0.00 Phil Dockerty on February 16, 2012 19:45

    This set contains only private tracks.
  • Balearica DJ Mixes (Series) 1 track, 1.01.12 Phil Dockerty on February 16, 2012 19:32

    1. 1. Statikman - Balearica 01 1.01.12 582 plays
  • StatiKman Re-Edits 3 tracks, 22.50 Phil Dockerty on February 15, 2012 17:00

    1. 1. Cadillac - High For Me (StatiKman Edit) 8.10 500 plays
    2. 2. Lefturno - Out Of Sight (StatiKman Edit) 6.57 201 plays
    3. 3. Tom Tom Club - Genius of Love (StatiKman Edit) 7.41 1304 plays

Share to WordPress.com

If you are using self-hosted WordPress, please use our standard embed code or install the plugin to use shortcodes.
Add a comment 0 comments at 0.00
    Click to enter a
    comment at
    0.00