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Theo Parrish
First Floor

First Floor was the debut album by Detroit DJ and producer, Theo Parrish. It was originally released in 1998. It seamlessly blends house, dub, jazz, soul and electronica to make a highly influential and timeless set of tracks that is still influencing dance music today. Contains the sensational track, Heal Yourself and Move.

Jose Gonzalez
Let It Carry You Remixes

2 rather different takes on Jose Gonzalez’s material, taking his soft, warm, folky melodicism and filtering them through banks of electronics. Holy Ghost! do an Italo disco flavoured cut of Let It Carry You, whereas Dino Soccio’s goes for a more mellow-groove disco approach. Lovely approaches from both! 12” on Peacefrog.

Mahogany Brown

Detroit-based house propagator Kenneth Dixon Jr. gets his second Moodymann album reissued on Peacefrog, featuring samples from only the finest disco, funk and soul tunes. Just think, you can relive your favourite late night moments, or use the 2x discs to create new ones. Substances optional, good times guaranteed.

Tales From The 2nd Moon

A 1993 Dan Curtin production given an essential repress. 'Tales From the 2nd Moon' brings together driving kicks, restless drum machines and acid for the heavy middle. Washed over this however is a psychedelic, drifting palette of synth pads and forays into rave breakbeats. A diverse selection back in print.

Charlene Soraia
Where's My Tribe

Music just like they (apparently) used to make it. Charlene Soraia recorded Where’s My Tribe at home in her flat, using just voice and guitar and generally using just the first take. Consequently these are songs with a great feeling of intimacy and directness, although they also sound impressively accomplished for such a genesis. Released by Peacefrog.

Planetary Assault Systems
The Electric Funk Machine

Planetary Assault Systems’ The Electric Funk Machine turned twenty in 2017. Considering that so many of the current crop of rave revivalists - Lone, FaltyDL and that - are jacking Luke Slater’s late-’90s steez, the time feels right for one of his finest achievements to be rolled out and receive another round of applause. This LP is a nice balance of European and Detroit techno stylings. Reissue via Peacefrog.
  • Vinyl Double LP (PF063)
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Neil Landstrumm

Valuable reissue of Neil Landstrumm's killer DBX/Chicago/UK Bleep inspired, jacking EPs for Peacefrog. This triple 12" set includes; 'Index Man EP', 'M Cap EP' and 'Inhabit The Machines' which is worth grabbing for dancefloor slayer 'Blam The Target' alone. Landstrumm was on fire during this early period in which he also released his debut album 'Brown By August'. All this stuff still holds up and will stonecold rock a party. It' no wonder he was often labelled king of the 909 at the time.

John Beltran
Ten Days Of Blue

Classic '90s ambient-techno album alert! It's a crisp new reissue, a repress of John Beltran's emotively delicate and expansive Ten Days Of Blue. The original LP was issued in 1996; another wonderful record to follow up Beltran's debut 'Earth & Nightfall' and a precursor to the altogether more far-away wistful 'Moving Through Here'. Beltran's work is never to be faulted but Ten Days was exemplary: textured and emotional electronica. Subtle chords, Tangerine Dream-inflected floatiness and Kraftwerkian melodies abound. Double wax on Peacefrog.

Parekh & Singh
Science City

Parekh & Singh present their second LP, and boy is it lush. Science City perhaps lands somewhere between the gorgeous dream-pop of Beach House and the textured arrangements of Grizzly Bear: in any case, its eleven tracks make up a beautiful and rich listen. Science City  is released by the Peacefrog label.

Dan Curtin
The Silicon Dawn

Dan Curtin’s The Silicon Dawn gets re-issued by Peacefrog. This LP is classic Detroitiness of the highest calibre, combining as it does richly expressive pads with twittering synths and propulsive drum takes. This one originally dropped in 1994, the same year Peacefrog also released some top-level work by Luke Slater and Planetary Assault Systems. In 2013 The Silicon Dawn featured in a Fact Magazine list of the ‘Greatest Techno Albums You’ve Never Heard’.

Paul Johnson
Feel The Music

Chicago’s Paul Johnson spent most of the ‘90s thriving in the underground dance scene dropping 12s on Cajual, Relief and Dance Mania. He signed for Peacefrog and released his ‘95 debut album, Bump Talkin’. The Following year he unleashed his house masterpiece, Feel The Music which gets a welcome repress. 1999 saw a breakthrough hit, Get Down, which still graces dancefloors to this day, whilst remixes for Stacy Kidd, Joey Beltram, Green Velvet, Armando, CC Penniston, Ron Trent, K-Alexi, and Steve Poindexter, to name a few, are still dropped in clubs by the biggest and best. 2LP on Peacefrog.

Chris Brann
Deep Fall

A seminal '90s deep house record gets reissued here by its original home of Peacefrog (Moodymann, Little Dragon). By 1997 Chris Brann had already received acclaim for his work as one third of Wamdue Kids, but Deep Fall sees the producer finding his own way and his own sound. The nine tracks here are the deepest of the deep, with mellow synth pads and sultry vocals keeping watch over rigid, slightly tech-house-flavoured drum tracking.
  • Vinyl Double LP (PF071)
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Peacefrog Records (Moodymann, Suburban Knights) reissue their 1996 LP by Stasis. Fromtheoldtothenew is classic Peacefrog fare, synthesising multiple strains of electronica into a groovy, faintly psychedelic end-product. The likes of ‘Skins’ and ‘Utopia Planetia’ are heady house jams in the vein of Future Sound Of London and B12. Elsewhere entries like ‘Moody Ol’ Teacher’ have see Stasis on a jazztronica/breaks flex that's certainly had an influence on the sound of Gilles Peterson's Brownswood Records.

Love's Lows

London based producer Kofi Holmes Attivor’s Mined project is stripping R’n’B down to it’s bare soul, groove and raw emotional centre, take early How To Dress Well and Dean Blunt’s hazy and distorted pastiche approach and mix it with a little Caribou rhythm and the sparsity of James Blake’s songwriting. Glorious, bare and soul stirring stuff.

Paul Johnson
Bump Talkin’

A cornerstone of Chicago house for three decades now, Paul Johnson’s 1995 debut LP gets a well-earned reissue here. Those familiar with the Windy City’s best will find plenty to love in these jackin’ cuts, and in a capable DJ’s hands the 8 rollers on show here will be a boon to any mix. Double LP.