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The Phantom's Revenge


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The Phantom’s Revenge is an up & comer from the house capital of the world: France. To be precise, he hails from Nimes, France. At the ripe age of 23, he has a staggering set of singles floating around in the underground french house scene as well as a huge remix collection.

His style is most definitely French house but is ultimately defined by his sampling of long-forgotten funk and disco gems. Most of his samples contain riffs from the mid to late 70’s to early 80’s funk or groove r&b, which put a classic spin on a new face.

With France producing such important electronic artists as Guy Manuel de Homem Christo and DJ Falcon, The Phantom’s Revenge can only do more to maintain France’s stronghold on the house music scene. His chopping and glitch cuts occur nearly seamlessly and showcase his undeniable talent behind the boards.

He states his influences as: DJ Falcon, Daft Punk, DatA, David Bowie, David Rubato, Dazzle, Cold War Kids, Candi Staton, Boys Noize, Armand Van Helden, Electric Light Orchestra, Herbie Hancock, Ian Pooley, John Julius Knight, Justice, Kanye West, Louie Vega, Michael Jackson (the 80’s old era), N.E.R.D., Paul Johnson, Pharrell Williams, Prince, and many more.


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  • T0M90

    This dudes music just oozes energy. I can't help but spaz around on the floor to it.

    3 Aug 2014 Reply
  • SikkinDivigil

    Baseball Furies EP is amazing.

    18 Apr 2014 Reply
  • jauntz


    20 Nov 2013 Reply
  • jsebas0730

    Keep it!

    4 Aug 2013 Reply
  • DeathGrippin


    25 Apr 2013 Reply
  • muffma


    14 Feb 2013 Reply
  • cilla316


    19 Jan 2013 Reply
  • acamarones

    couldn't stop listening

    30 Sep 2012 Reply
  • NoNmaggot

    Agosto 31 en México D.F.!_!

    13 Jul 2012 Reply
  • NoNmaggot

    Mr. Fahrenheit!!

    4 Apr 2012 Reply
  • schluessel2

    french house at its best!

    18 Jan 2012 Reply
  • JustNewface

    Отличный заряд бодрости и позитива на весь день

    17 Dec 2011 Reply
  • guiga_lammer

    é iassaê, parceiro

    6 Nov 2011 Reply
  • lacroix900

    awesome ¡¡¡ it's fucking good

    26 Oct 2011 Reply
  • wonderousvenanz

    hope so much that once he's coming at luxembourg ..PLEASEEE

    26 Oct 2011 Reply
  • spincat

    Not terrible but like said before, great samples, very funky but sequencing sometimes needs work. Otherwise I think he's great actually.

    24 Oct 2011 Reply
  • theworldisdaft

    His stuff is just terrible, 3rd class samples, shity beats and way to much sidechaining.

    7 May 2011 Reply
  • ayampanggang

    @larsvolta haha i kind of get what you mean. to be able to listen to these songs you have to, well kind of treat the sample as another rhytmic means, just as the drums, hats and snares are

    28 Mar 2011 Reply

    TOTALLY DISAGREE! TPR is one of the few talented individuals that has successful nursed himself into a new genre. The fact that you believe his sound is painful is absurd. I get an orgasm when he slices and dices his samples. I can listen to his releases on repeat. One of the few talented french house producers ie Antoine Clamaran, Junior Jack break bread dining on the table of Extraordinary Gentlemen.

    1 Mar 2011 Reply
  • larsvolta

    TPR is tough for me. he chooses some of the most amazing samples, but makes some of the worst sequencing choices. a lot of his stuff is downright painful to listen to. he'll repeat the same 1-second sample a million times or something. if he just stuck to a more traditional house structure, it'd far outclass anything in the genre.

    12 Dec 2010 Reply
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