The name CamelPhat inspires lofty expectations amongst listeners, a fact which can be attributed to the weight of their infallible reputation within the scene, a reputation which has been built brick by brick, song by song, over the course of a decade. CamelPhat have firmly established themselves as one of the most visionary outfits in the industry, and rightly so.
Manchester. Liverpool. For anyone from the north west of England the two cities are fierce rivals, largely based on football, but often transcending into music too. While Liverpool has the obvious world-famous band, Manchester has the likes of The Smiths, New Order, The Stone Roses, and of course Oasis. But now it seems a peace-deal between the two is well
It truly seems that UK duo CamelPhat can do no wrong right now. Bubbling under the surface of mainstream music for the best part of the past decade or two, producing massive hits like Axtone anthem 'Paradigm', it wasn't until 2017 that the pair went truly global, upon the release of their massive DEFECTED whopper 'Cola'. The track, featuring Elderbrook on
British duo CamelPhat have had nothing short of an explosive 2019. If their continuous releases that have smashed the charts and dominated the music scene all over the world don't tell you that, then their non-stop touring schedule will show you just exactly how in demand they are. This has got them in touch with some of the other leading artists of