- 1. Phonic Culture Club-Askew Road 3.34 388 plays
- 2. Phonic Culture Club-Oslo 4.00 208 plays
- 3. Phonic Culture Club-Pizza Hut 2.17 238 plays
- 4. Phonic Culture Club-5:30 PM Cloudy Day 3.29 175 plays
- 5. Phonic Culture Club-Sunset 3.55 203 plays
- 6. Phonic Culture Club-Somewhere 2.23 163 plays
- 7. Phonic Culture Club-The Last One 2.53 150 plays
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Phonic Culture Club is a band born in Europe at the end of 2010, formed by 5 musicians. The band was originally born as an acoustic duo, founded by T.M. (vocals) and E.N. (guitar) and quickly evolved in the actual line up with the entry of D.D. (drums), N.G. (guitar) and R.F.i on bass at least. PCC attracted a lot of attention thanks of the inner and melancholic atmospheres of his songs, receiving many approvals from the press and audience. The intense live activity brought the band on many important stages, getting more approvals. The first studio album released by PCC, “Day by Day”, is an 8 tracks EP released on 10th of april 2012, recorded and mixed at Studio Wax by A.P. and F.G., mastered at Metropolis Group, London. The cover of the album was realized by R.F., of Raffaello Ferone black&white photography, Paris. The EP was completely produced and distributed by the band. This album had many approvals from magazines and webzines, from radios and insiders, daily programs and got the attention of labels and press offices abroad, but most of all was appreciated by the audience, who demonstrated to support this project. The promotion of the album was treated by the musicians of the band. Is possible to download the EP from the official website www.phoniccultureclub.com and it doesn’t need a fee, according to the will of the band, and this choice gave PPC many contacts in Europe and overseas.
PCC invite us to listen the tracks of “Day by Day” and follow the band in his concerts, it welcomes proposals and suggestions, collaborations. PCC believes in the possibility of growing up through exchange and communication between people, avoiding an inappropriate “star behavior” concentrating energies on music and proposal of sincere and deep songs.