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Peggy Gou
Moment EP

The enterprising Peggy Gou kick-starts her new Gudu Records label with a two-track release. This Moment EP immediately locks into the style that is rapidly becoming Gou’s signature sound. Crisp, buoyant house rhythms ala West End Records, chunky pianos and Gou’s dreamy vocals are the order of the day once more. Expect Moment’s title track to be one of the songs of Summer 2019.

Peggy Gou

A rising star of the international club scene for the past couple of years, 2018 might be the year that Peggy Gou explodes into the public consciousness. It certainly will if she keeps making records as good as this. After graduating from Ninja Tune sub-label Technicolour, Gou’s first EP for NT contains three wedges of classy dancefloor fare. Her stated love for Maurice Fulton is evident on lead single ‘It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)’, a sultry deep house jam that sees her singing in her native Korean.

Peggy Gou

The latest addition to the long-running, legendary DJ-Kicks series arrives in the bijou form of Peggy Gou. From South Korea, via Berlin's Berghain to your living room. 18 tracks personally selected by Gou from her formative years and eclectic record collection. There's disco, house, electro and Aphex Twin for your listening enjoyment here. On mixed CD and unmixed double LP.

Peggy Gou
It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) [Remixes]

Peggy Gou's It Makes You Forget (Itgehane) was without a doubt one of the best dance music tracks released in 2018. Here, she has asked three very different artists to take it to task. Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being, I:Cube and Jay Daniel have produced three remixes united only in their use of Gou's unbelievably catchy singing.
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Peggy Gou
Day Without Yesterday / Six O Six

‘Day Without Yesterday’/Six O Six’ originally dropped in early 2016, when Peggy Gou was just a budding DJ who blew a lot of cash at Phonica Records. Fast forward two years and the Korean producer is one of the most hotly-tipped talents in the clubsphere. Makes sense, then, that Phonica should repress her first outing on their white label series, a run which has also dropped music by Midland and Lo Shea. The two tracks here are friendly, slightly grainy-sounding house that will appeal to those of a Rhythm Section/Magicwire disposition.

Peggy Gou
Travelling Without Arriving

"Peggy Sue" hiccuped Buddy Holly but this is different, this is Peggy Gou, a prolific producer who here comes up with a subtle house groover only to have it remixed and ravaged by one of her favourite DJs Ge-ology who adds a harder, dancefloor-ready edge to the more subtle original. Ltd 12" on Phonica White. 

Peggy Gou
Seek For Maktoop

A luxuriously produced trio of electro nuggets makes up Peggy Gou's dancefloor-ready EP - Seek For Maktoop. Characterised by juddering apreggios, sweeping synth flurries and glugging basslines, the offering provides every justification for the Korean-born producer's rising star status in the Berlin underground.