Peggy Gou - Once EP

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Peggy Gou Releases ‘Once’ EP And It’s A Must Listen

Peggy Gou shows her class and quality with the three track 'Once' EP.

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What a meteoric rise it has been for this artist. In just over two years, she has released her first single and jumped straight to the forefront of the electronic dance music scene. If you don’t know who I’m talking about, it’s Peggy Gou. And she has just released her latest EP ‘Once‘ on the mighty Ninja Tune label.

Peggy Gou has been working with the dance music industry for such a short space of time, but by God, has she become one of the hottest names on the scene. Festival performances seem to be really dominating her calendar, as well as holding down iconic shows at the likes of Boiler Room and much more. Now she has released her latest EP ‘Once’, and this is a journey like no other, bouncing between numerous genres. Such a chilled little vibe from all three tracks.

The first track on the EP comes in as ‘It Makes You Forget‘ and this is a track which just seems to put you in a whole new mindset. The vocal which runs through the track is something special, it creates an atmosphere like no other. When it is mixed in with the background production work, with the sketchy electro melodies, and the soothing beat, it all just seems to work. A track which will have the crowd dancing. ‘Hundres Times‘ is a little different, more down-tempo and a little darker. It brings in the electronic vibes with a dirty bass which all provides a sound that has that out of the ordinary feel to it. Again, another solid track from Peggy Gou.

The final track on the ‘Once’ EP comes in as ‘Han Jan‘ and this is a track which again has a different sound to the two previous tracks. This one is slower, more intimate and really plays on the melody which flows through the track. Adding the bass line in, the vocal which provides that electronic nature, and working it with the intricate layers in the backdrop, it’s just brilliance from Peggy Gou. The ‘Once’ EP is a must listen.

You can download your copy of the ‘Once’ EP here.

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Peggy Gou - Once EP

Once.

What a meteoric rise it has been for this artist. In just over two years, she has released her first single and jumped straight to the forefront of the electronic dance music scene. If you don’t know who I’m talking about, it’s Peggy Gou. And she has just released her latest EP ‘Once‘ on the mighty Ninja Tune label.

Peggy Gou has been working with the dance music industry for such a short space of time, but by God, has she become one of the hottest names on the scene. Festival performances seem to be really dominating her calendar, as well as holding down iconic shows at the likes of Boiler Room and much more. Now she has released her latest EP ‘Once’, and this is a journey like no other, bouncing between numerous genres. Such a chilled little vibe from all three tracks.

Once.

The first track on the EP comes in as ‘It Makes You Forget‘ and this is a track which just seems to put you in a whole new mindset. The vocal which runs through the track is something special, it creates an atmosphere like no other. When it is mixed in with the background production work, with the sketchy electro melodies, and the soothing beat, it all just seems to work. A track which will have the crowd dancing. ‘Hundres Times‘ is a little different, more down-tempo and a little darker. It brings in the electronic vibes with a dirty bass which all provides a sound that has that out of the ordinary feel to it. Again, another solid track from Peggy Gou.

The final track on the ‘Once’ EP comes in as ‘Han Jan‘ and this is a track which again has a different sound to the two previous tracks. This one is slower, more intimate and really plays on the melody which flows through the track. Adding the bass line in, the vocal which provides that electronic nature, and working it with the intricate layers in the backdrop, it’s just brilliance from Peggy Gou. The ‘Once’ EP is a must listen.

You can download your copy of the ‘Once’ EP here.

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