| Joseph Murphy|
| October 4, 1996 (age 19) (1996-10-04) |
Riverside, California, United States
Hip hop, instrumental hip hop, plunderphonics
Record producer, musician
Menu (01-30), Trust (31-60), Glorifying
Joseph Murphy (born October 4, 1996), professionally known as Celestaphone, is an American music producer from Southern California.
Celestaphone was born in Riverside, California. The name originates from the zither instrument, the Celestaphone.
Celestaphone began hip hop production as part of Druggos, a music collective which additionally consisted of musicians Ben Foster and Underd0g.
His first collaborative effort was producing Dionté BOOM's single Fish Market. The song was included in a 2015 edition of the Arkansas Times's Rock Candy journal.
Celestaphone released his first solo EP, Glorifying, in 2014. Menu (01-30) and Trust (31–60) followed in 2015, both 30-track releases debuting an instrumental/remix hip hop series titled Zahnreihe. He published a second EP in 2016 entitled Minappi's Last Wondrous Escapade. In 2017, Murphy released three full-length albums: Robosoul, To Cite Psych, and To Cite Fright.
Celestaphone is also known as the composer for the Roblox game MeepCity, which launched in early 2016.To Cite Fright (2017)
To Cite Psych (2017)
Minappi's Last Wondrous Escapade (2016)
Trust (31–60) (2015)
Menu (01-30) (2015)