Maurice Fulton & Peggy Gou ‘Jigoo’

For those of you who have followed the blog over the years it will come as no surprise that this is just another article of proof that my Maurice Fulton fanboydom is veering on out of control. From wayback in the Spectrum and Tranfusion label days to the golden era power punches of the Love Endeavor remix and Kathy Diamond album, Mr Fulton has always been (Metro Area aside) the man to beat. Not only in a production sense but as a DJ too; when I was first given a promotor budget back in the day (Tom Dodd I salute you) Maurice was the first DJ I wanted to book. His style of veering seamlessly between underground disco and dubbed out Syclops weirdness was/is totally explosive. If you’ve never heard Maurice out, you’ve got to do it.

This collaboration is one of the best considered and most symbiotic of his career: the mix of his trade mark gas face programming and Ms Gou’s joyful melodies and eastern fusion is a match made in heaven. What an amazing thing to pop out of the ether! It’s a vinyl and digital purchase for this one, without a doubt. Buy it here, at Gudu’s Bandcamp.

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