For all its back-yard parties, rooftop lounges and outdoor bars, there’s truly nothing like summertime in New York. With its longer days, hazy afternoons and sticky tar beaches one genre can easily fit the mood (depending on your preference of course): house music. And with house music, there is no other rising, up& coming star like Peggy Gou.
The Korean-born/Berlin-based producer has risen quickly over the past several years, with the release of 4 EPs, various singles and live performances spanning across some of the globes hottest clubs, beach houses and warehouse parties.
The Dance phenom is well verse in the breezy-electric (“Han Jan”) and tropical disco house (“It Makes You Forget [Itgehane]”) genre that had made a name for herself off her 2018 EP “Once.”
2019’s, “Moment,” picks up where Gou left off. Her song, “Starry Night,” provides club-goers with deep piano vibes, a bold on-cue clap and smooth vocals. While on, “Han Pan,” Gou revives the classic late 80’s freestyle sound with a tropical vocal and refined baseline.