Peggy Gou reemerges with ’90s-influenced house offering—stream ‘Nabi’

DJ Peggy Gou has led quite the influential career since playing her first gig at Cirque Le Soir, Soho and releasing her first track “Hungboo” in 2014. Now, the Berlin-based South Korean producer breaks a two-year hiatus with her latest single “Nabi,” featuring OHHYUK from the South Korean rock band Hyukoh. Gou deems “Nabi” a “nice summer song,” further expressing in a release,The Korean word for “butterfly,” “Nabi” marks Gou’s first release since 2019’s “Starry Night,” the year that Gou founded and began distributing through her own label, Gudu Records. In April of 2020, the techno-house talent performed on Boiler Room’s 21st edition of its “Streaming From Isolation” series. With little activity since then, it is thrilling to see the influential artist’s new wave of music materialize; Gou also mentioned that there would be a follow-up single dropping this summer. In an Instagram post, Gou stated that “dance tracks are on the way too,” likely with higher tempos to contrast the more serene atmosphere of “Nabi.” Featured image: Han Myung-GuTags: , , ,
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