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heaven or hell

12" ep - £11.99
Hypnotic disco grooves with lush warm melodic house licks all tied together with those signature walking basslines and live percussive funk that Quantic is know...

I Won’t Fade Away

limited 12" in selva housebag with qr code label for augmented reality 'rave flyer' animated artwork - £12.99 | Buy
After a deluge of dance producers sampling Quantic Soul Orchestra's classic 'Pushin On' the original composer Will Holland decided the time had come...


cd - £9.99 | Buy
***buy the album to enter a draw to win 1 of 5 exclusive 250g bags of quantic whole bean small batch coffee & a signed print!*** The sum of many musical adv...
Dancing While Falling
  1. Run (feat. Andreya Triana)
  2. Subway Lover
  3. Stand Up
  4. Unconditional (feat. Rationale)
  5. Get In The Ride (feat. Connie Constance)
  6. Brooklyn Heat (feat. Andreya Triana)
  7. Emeralds
  8. Morning Light (feat. Andreya Triana)
  9. Tikurin
  10. Where The Flowers Grow (feat. Andreya Triana)


Dancing While Falling

  • limited black lp

    Released: 10th Nov 2023

  • cd + poster

    Released: 10th Nov 2023


Now 20 years into his career, ‘Dancing While Falling’ is the British-born New York-based artist’s most live-sounding, euphoric and, in his own words, grown-up release to date.

Predominantly recorded at his own Brooklyn studio, Selva, Quantic’s initial idea for his new album was to experiment sonically. However, after a while, he changed direction and realised that the record needed to also relate to the human condition - not just his “singular pandemic wormhole”. The demos, then, started off as symphonic, loosely disco-era dance music – a departure from his previous Latin and Spanish instrumental releases. Influenced by legendary artists in the scene like Bohannon and Larry Levan, Quantic wanted to make a disco-leaning album at first. “I’m really interested in Latin music and Afro Caribbean rhythms and I think there's a really amazing point in history where the emergence of those rhythms and its combination with American soul sparked what we now know as disco,” he says.