Limbo Records are back with Phraktal – Chime.

Phraktal - Chime

Limbo Records are back with Phraktal – Chime.

The legendary Limbo Records are back!

With a new look, new distribution and armed with some brilliant releases lined up for 2019 they kick proceedings off with a real cracker – Phraktal’s ‘Chime’.

Phraktal have delivered a deadly, modern re-creation of Orbital’s 1990 hit ‘Chime’. Taking you on a nostalgic journey back to where it all began using a combination of old school and future sounds that will be sure to draw the attention of many electronic lovers and DJ’s alike.

Percussive timbale drums looped arpeggiated synths and atmospheric fx all build with warmth and direction as the familiar melodic hooks take hold. The track builds with a driving yet lush, hypnotic deepness that is hard to resist. Pure quality that harks back to the label’s progressive house roots.


Phraktal received recent support from Eats Everything at Awakenings and Toffler Festivals. Other artists and DJs supporting their music include Danny Tenaglia, Nick Warren, Robert Babicz, Fabrice Lig, Dave Seaman & Jamie Stevens. Album Two ‘Nightwalk’ will come in two parts and is due out later in 2019.

In 2015 they released their debut album “Why 1 is One and 2 is Two” to critical acclaim & since then they have seen support pour in from DJs all across the globe. Album Two ‘Nightwalk’ will come in two parts and is due out later in 2019. More Phraktal material will be released on Limbo records according to the label and the band will also be touring material from both albums in 2020 in some unique live settings to be announced. Watch This Space


DJ Quotes

  • ‘That’s super good. A very modern way to do it’ – Kolsch (Radio 1, Kompakt).
  • ‘Absolute belter’ James Monro (Kompakt).
  • ‘Rocking. Love it’ – Anthony Pappa (Renaissance, Global Underground).
  • ‘Diggin it’ Alex Nemec (Mirabilis Records / Rekluse / Tronic / Respekt / 303lovers).
  • ‘Good re-take of this classic’ Nico De Ceglia (Music Selector for Pete Tong Radio 1 / Half of the Hyena Stomp duo with Severino (Horse Meat Disco).



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