|Jan / 2015||•||Werk 2||Leipzig|
|Dec / 2014||•||Klubhaus||Saalfeld|
|Dec / 2014||•||Kombinat Süd||Jena|
|Dec / 2014||•||Kaffee Burger||Berlin|
|Sep / 2014||•||First We Take The Streets||Berlin, DE|
|Aug / 2014||•||Stadtfest||Chemnitz|
|Aug / 2014||•||Magnet||Berlin|
|Jul / 2014||•||CAKE Studio / THE//EQUATOR VOL 01||Berlin|
|Jun / 2014||•||Jugendkulturtage||Delitzsch|
|May / 2014||•||Weltecho||Chemnitz|
|Apr / 2014||•||Eschloraque||Berlin|
|Apr / 2014||•||Kaffee Burger||Berlin|
|Mar / 2014||•||about:blank||Berlin|
|Mar / 2014||•||Werk 2, Halle D w/ The Sonic Boom Foundation||Leipzig|
|Jan / 2014||•||La Casa w/ YASKA||Cottbus|
|Dec / 2013||•||Madame Claude||Berlin|
|Dec / 2013||•||aaltra||Chemnitz|
|Dec / 2013||•||Dunckerclub||Berlin|
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The band was founded by the members of an accomplished Ukrainian act Marakesh (called by Billboard Russia as “solid and manifestly eclectic sound”), who moved to Berlin in 2012.
After appearing in the Grand Theft Auto IV video game soundtrack, Marakesh actively toured throughout Ukraine, Russia and Europe. In addition to headline shows, they performed in supporting Placebo. In 2012 Marakesh was put on hiatus and its members moved to Berlin to start their new chapter as Four Phonica.
In February 2014, Four Phonica premiered new single Sabotage mixed by the Grammy-winning sound engineer Adam Hawkins (Limp Bizkit, PINK, Alanis Morissette). The energetic track with grungy attitude was followed up by the self-titled EP released on February 28.