Earlier this year Radio Slave kicked off his Rekids catalogue with the introduction of an exciting new talent (and good friend of the shop!) named Peggy Gou. Now we are delighted to announce that her second release is landing on our White label imprint here at Phonica!
‘Day Without Yesterday’ begins with filtered down congas, a strong kick drum and some steady shakers to create the backbone of this Detroit-style House jam. Once the groove is established Peggy brings in a cool bass-line that’s reminiscent of old school Rick Wade cuts and tops it all off with some sparse keys and crisp high hats.
‘Six O Six’ on the flip hears Peggy entering into more acidic territory filled with modular mutation and driving percussion. Peggy also shows off her vocal talents as she gives the listener a counting lesson in her native Korean tongue over the fine analogue house production.
a1. Peggy Gou - Day Without Yesterday
b1. Peggy Gou - Six O Six