Phonox announce residency with Palms Trax

Brixton electronic music institution, Phonox, has unveiled Palms Trax’s ‘Brand New Feeling’ residency. Named after Roy Ayers’ track of the same name – a personal anthem for Palms Trax – the 10-week residency will run every Sunday from 26th September to 5th December

Across his 10-week residency, Palms Trax will be joined by a carefully curated programme of artists with some of the scene’s most respected selectors including Shanti Celeste & OK Williams, Hunee, Antal, Omar-S, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Job Jobse, Young Marco, fellow Dekmantel affiliates, Kamma & Masalo, Discodromo resident Badino and queen of Tokyo’s underground scene, Changsie.

Running from 4pm to 10pm on Sundays, Palms Trax residency at Phonox provides a rare opportunity to enjoy impeccable programming away from the chaos of peak-time clubbing.

Phonox are giving a little back with free tickets available for all NHS staff and carers. To support the thousands of people in our community that have faced financial difficulty over the past 18 months, free tickets are also on offer to hospitality industry workers as well as a generous allocation of reduced price £5 tickets available to everyone on a first come, first served basis.

Palms Trax said: “After 16 months spent pining for a sense of community, to have the opportunity to not only host a bunch of friends and peers on a weekly basis at Phonox, but also really familiarise myself with a more intimate crowd feels like a dream. Living in Berlin I’ve always loved going out on a Sunday, so I’m excited to experience that in London for the first time too! To be able to give a little something back to NHS, carers and hospitality workers that have been so greatly impacted over the past 16 months makes this all the more special.”

Tickets for Palms Trax ‘Brand New Feeling’ residency will be available for presale at 10:00 and general sale from 13:00 on Wednesday 21st July. To sign-up for presale tickets please visit:

NHS staff and carers can claim their free tickets at:

Hospitality workers simply need to register with CODE – an online community for the hospitality industry:

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