A very rare soulful mid-tempo disco killer, originally released in 1979 on Pashlo Records.
Pashlo Records was based in Oakland and owned by producer and musician Leroy Smith, who is also known for his Ocampo Records’ imprint, where he produced and recorded the very first songs from Darondo. The label had quite a short life between the middle 70s and early 80s, producing only singles from mostly unknown and forgotten artists
John Douglas , Amp Fiddler , Kitten Kuroi , Theo Parrish
Gentrified Love Part 1
Theo Parrish teams up with Amp Fiddler on "Ghetto Proposal" - a deep grimy chugger of a track featuring vocals from Kitten Koroi and John Douglas on trumpet. Instrumental version on the flip.
Tv.out & Smallpeople
Fuck Reality 04
2 raw beauties from TV.OUT and Smallpeople, produced in the Owls Room, Hamburg. Plus hypnotic-stripped back Borrowed Identity Rework- don’t sleep!
Patrick Gibin AKA Twice feat. Kaidi Tatham
Third release for Patrick Gibin aka TwICE and his ‘Collective Blends’ project, this time teaming up with Kaidi Tatham on keys. 3 unique cuts that go from the soulfulness of the title track ‘Lights Out’, to the hipnotic acid vibes of ‘High Flames’ and the modern boogie flavour of ‘Flash Burn’.
Dreamy repress of Pedro Vian's first outing on his own Modern Obscure Music imprint. Two original cuts of experimental techno and a remix each from Hieroglyphic Being and Madteo. This is a deeply hypnotic and thought provoking release.