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Philip D Kick returns with ‘As We Continue’

Bristol-based producer AKA Om Unit reprises his alias with incredible new 6 track project on Astrophonica

Following his highly acclaimed 2018 debut Pathways, Om Unit’s alter ego Philip D Kick returns with a brand new release.

Entitled As We Continue, the new project is a 6 track EP featuring bass-heavy, deep rolling, 160bpm, Jungle and Footwork explorations and will again be released on forward thinking label Astrophonica.


The imprint, run by Fracture & Neptune, are in fine form this year and that form continues with the arrival of this release which in turn proves to be a continuation of fine form from the Bristol-based producer who provides a really well rounded and wonderfully executed body of work.

It mixes and moves between genre and style effortlessly, from the reverberating breaks and bass womps of opening track Drips to the Detroit-eque funk of tracks 160909313 & Clouds.

Talking about the record Jim Coles AKA Om Unit AKA Philip K Dick says; “This record for me reflects the ongoing conversation between cultures and styles where jungle meets footwork meets techno, 3 cultures that share more in common than perhaps people realise”


As We Continue is out tomorrow and available to purchase digitally and on vinyl via Bandcamp and all other retailers.


1. Drips
2. 160909313
3. Funk 160
4. Summer Moods
5. The Riveria
6. Clouds


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