Twelve inch vinyl pressing. 2021 release from Fantastic Man. Mic Newman, AKA Fantastic Man, is a Berlin-resident originally from Australia. A man whose records have been played by everyone from Aphex Twin onwards and outwards. In fields, at festivals, in dark clubs - his music makes sense in many spaces. His collaborator for this project is Alexander Papoli-Barawati, a German/Filipino/Iranian graphic designer and art director living in Berlin. The music runs from a beautiful piano-led balearic break piece in 'Cloud Manager' to floating breaks in 'Lounge Wizard', a warped chug in 'Psychic Monthly' and finally a beautiful acid track in 'Time Apprentice'.
Twelve inch vinyl pressing. 2021 release from Fantastic Man. Mic Newman, AKA Fantastic Man, is a Berlin-resident originally from Australia. A man whose records have been played by everyone from Aphex Twin onwards and outwards. In fields, at festivals, in dark clubs - his music makes sense in many spaces. His collaborator for this project is Alexander Papoli-Barawati, a German/Filipino/Iranian graphic designer and art director living in Berlin. The music runs from a beautiful piano-led balearic break piece in 'Cloud Manager' to floating breaks in 'Lounge Wizard', a warped chug in 'Psychic Monthly' and finally a beautiful acid track in 'Time Apprentice'.
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Twelve inch vinyl pressing. 2021 release from Fantastic Man. Mic Newman, AKA Fantastic Man, is a Berlin-resident originally from Australia. A man whose records have been played by everyone from Aphex Twin onwards and outwards. In fields, at festivals, in dark clubs - his music makes sense in many spaces. His collaborator for this project is Alexander Papoli-Barawati, a German/Filipino/Iranian graphic designer and art director living in Berlin. The music runs from a beautiful piano-led balearic break piece in 'Cloud Manager' to floating breaks in 'Lounge Wizard', a warped chug in 'Psychic Monthly' and finally a beautiful acid track in 'Time Apprentice'.