Phraktal, an electronic music band from Ireland, has gained a reputation for their unique production capabilities that blend sci-fi-inspired electronica soundscapes with deep melodic house and techno.
Their debut album, “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two,” released in 2015, was met with widespread acclaim and garnered support from radio stations, DJs, and producers across the globe, including Charlie May, John Digweed, Sam Paganini, Maceo Plex, Kolsch, Paco Osuna, Eats Everything, and Danny Tenaglia.
Phraktal’s talents have allowed him to work with some of the most legendary names in the electronic music industry in his now 30-year career. Including Prince, Farley Jack Master Funk, Orlando Voorn, Damon Wild, Jamez and even Paul Van Dyk in the mid-90s.
As a live act, they performed for the first time at Body & Soul Festival in Ballinlough Castle, sharing the stage with acts such as Massive Attack, The Prodigy, NERD, John Hopkins, and DJ Koze.
Their second album, “Nightwalk,” released in 2021 on Limbo Records, showcased their continued evolution as a band. Their latest release, “Cosmic Soundscapes Vol. One” takes listeners on an interstellar journey through their imaginative soundscapes.