Phi Pham

Phi Pham

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Phi Pham

rhymes with g unit. || co-founder of @buildingbeats. ||booking: || #soemotional
Phi Unit is a Brooklyn based producer and DJ. His music is rhythm and bass heavy for inside the club and outside the club. What started as an obsession to manipulate music on the turntables since his early teen years, has turned into live sets described as a mix of underground global sounds with timeless classics that make Phi Unit your little sisters favorite DJ.

Scientists and mathematicians have studied the Phi Unit ratio (~1.618) for centuries because of its frequent appearance in many proportions throughout nature. The Phi Unit, also known as the Golden Ratio, can be seen in the arrangement of branches along the stems of plants, the proportion of chemical compounds and crystals, and in the spirals of seashells. Co-opting his name from “the most beautiful number” in the universe, Phi Unit’s music can be described to have a proportional balance that leads to beautiful harmonies.

A veteran in the Brooklyn and NYC music scene, Phi Unit has performed nationwide alongside an ever growing list of acts such as Big Freedia, Tittsworth, Clockwork, Munchi, Nadastrom, Cosmo Baker, DJ Ayres, DJ Sliink, Nick Catchdubs, DJ Sabo, and Que Bajo just to name a few.

Phi Unit is also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Building Beats, a registered non-profit organization that develops and expands DJ and music education programs that teach entrepreneurial, leadership, and life skills.
music performance, djing
beats, bass

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Phi Pham

I like the vibe, well produced too. It has a unique take that comes across with a strong personality.

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Legends x SubPac by SubPac

Phi Pham

I'm interested in using a subpac. It needs to be shown more in the video what it exactly looks like though.

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Time Machine (Prod. By NOBULL) by Block Scholars

Phi Pham

I like the sample and how the yelling vocal was looped on throughout the song. Overall the mastering sounds a little too loud. Hook is catchy and drum programming is good.