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Lyttet producer Phare drops some euphoria-tinged electronica on ‘Up’

Lyttet producer Phare drops some euphoria-tinged electronica on ‘Up’


As one half of Lyttet, Peadar Kearney makes softly-lit shoegazing ambient music with Claire Nicole on vocals.

As Phare, his new project, Kearney is taking off the softer focus and working towards the more clubbier end of sonics. ‘Up’, his first track as Phare is six minutes of euphoria-tinged electronica with a twisted Idris Muhammed sample and is reminiscent of Blondes or Teengirl Fantasy.

The first Phare live show happens on Friday night in the Bernard Shaw with Homebeat DJs.

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