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Examples of "peacefrog_records"
His debut album, "Separated By the Sea", was released in 2007 on Peacefrog Records in the UK. It was produced by former Simian singer, Simon Lord.
Machine Dreams is the second studio album by Swedish electronic band Little Dragon. It was released on 17 August 2009 by Peacefrog Records.
Secondhand Sounds is a compilation album of remixes by British electronic musician Herbert. Recorded between 1996 and 2001, it was released on Peacefrog Records in 2002.
Songs III: Bird on the Water is Marissa Nadler's third full-length album, released in March 2007 on Peacefrog Records. It was distributed in the US and Canada in August 2007 by New York City-based Kemado Records.
Moonchild is the debut studio album by British solo artist Charlene Soraia. It was released on 21 November 2011 by Peacefrog Records. The album includes the single "Wherever You Will Go".
Love Is the Law is the second studio album by English singer-songwriter Charlene Soraia. It was released on 11 September 2015 by Peacefrog Records. The album features the singles "Ghost", "Broken", "Caged", and "I'll Be There".
In the years after Hellner and Kriske parted ways, Hellner released a record entitled "Marriages" enlisting production team Telefon Tel Aviv. The album was released by Peacefrog Records in 2005.
In Our Nature is the second album by Swedish singer-songwriter José González. It was released on 24 September 2007 on Peacefrog Records in the UK and Imperial Recordings in Sweden. It was released on 25 September 2007 by Mute Records in the United States.
Little Dragon is the self-titled debut album by Swedish electronic band Little Dragon. It was released on September 3, 2007 on Peacefrog Records. In Japan, the album was released on 15 August 2007 by Village Again Records, containing the bonus track "Fortune".
Moodymann released "Silence in the Secret Garden" on Peacefrog Records in 2003. It was followed by "Black Mahogani" on the label in 2004. His free EP, "Picture This", was released in 2012. He released the seven-track "ABCD" in 2013. In 2014, he released the self-titled album, "Moodymann".
"White Horse" is a song performed by the Brooklyn-based trio Jessica 6, taken from their debut album "See the Light". It was released in January 2011, as the album's second single by Peacefrog Records. The song was featured in the campaign film for the Mugler menswear collection for Spring/Summer 2012 titled "Brothers of Arcadia."
Record labels of the genre include , Glasgow Underground, Naked Music, Om Records, Peacefrog Records, Soma, Source and Spinnin' Deep. Examples of deep house albums from artists known from other genres include "The Martyr Mantras" (1990) and "" (1998) from The Style Council.
Slater began releasing original tracks under various monikers, and his single debut came in 1989 with "Momentary Vision". Releases followed on DJax as Clementine, on General Production Recordings as 7th Plain, and as Morganistic (with Alan Sage), and especially on Peacefrog Records, with nearly a dozen of releases as The X-Tront and as Planetary Assault Systems.
"Born on the 24th of July" (Peacefrog Records) was recorded over an 18-month period between 1999 and 2000, and released in 2001, featuring contributions from Terra Deva, and Massive Attack vocalist Sara Jay. A remixed version of "Born on the 24th of July" was released in late 2003, featuring mixes by several Peacefrog label artists. After five years of touring and production, 2007 saw the release of a definitive three-disc Webster compilation project on Defected Records, followed in 2008 by a "Coast 2 Coast" compilation for NRK Records and "Strictly Rhythms Vol. 4".
Nadler released her third studio album, "", on Peacefrog Records in Europe on March 12, 2007. The album was recorded and produced by Greg Weeks of the band Espers in Philadelphia. and subsequently released in the US and Canada on August 12, 2007 by Kemado Records. It was nominated for two PLUG Independent Music Awards in 2008: "Best Female Artist of the Year" and "Best Americana Record of the Year". Nadler also won "Outstanding Singer-Songwriter of the Year" at the 2008 Boston Music Awards, with three nominations altogether.
Little Dragon's first release was the double A-side 7" single "Twice"/"Test", released on the Off the Wall label in 2006. The following year, the band signed with the larger British independent label Peacefrog Records and released their eponymous debut album in August 2007. Their second album, "Machine Dreams", was released in August 2009, and gathered favourable reviews. The third album, "Ritual Union", was released in July 2011 and was ranked at number 41 on "Rolling Stone" list of the 50 Best Albums of 2011. "Clash" placed it at number 31 on its list of The Top 40 Albums of 2011.
After signing to Peacefrog Records, Jessica 6 released the single "White Horse" on 7 January 2011. The music video for the song premiered on Perez Hilton's website on 28 February 2011. "White Horse" was released as a free download on RCRD LBL. "White Horse" became a minor hit in Belgium, peaking at number 34 on the Belgian Wallonia Ultratip Chart. To promote the album "See the Light", Jessica 6 also released a limited edition vinyl of the song "Prisoner of Love." "Prisoner of Love" features Hercules and Love Affair collaborator Antony Hegarty and was featured on Pitchfork Media.
Peacefrog Records is an independent record label based in London, United Kingdom. The label produces releases in many different styles of electronic music, as well as branching out into folk and indie artists such as José González, Nouvelle Vague and Little Dragon. The label was started by Pete Hutchison and Paul Ballard in 1991. After the Lodger 303 E.P., Ballard withdrew from Peacefrog Records. The record label subsequently released a number of techno records by artists including Luke Slater, Moodymann and Suburban Knight. The label has built up a following over the years, increased by the mainstream success of José González and has become synonymous for synching many of its recently signed artists music to film and television. Notable examples of this include the 2006 iconic Sony Bravia "Balls" (Jose Gonzalez) and in 2011, Twinings "Sea" (Charlene Soraia). Both artists enjoyed top 10 single success as a consequence. Jose Gonzales LP "Veneer" was certified Platinum in 2006 and Charlene Soraia's "Wherever you will go" certified gold in 2012 with sales in excess of 500,000. Other artists signed to the label who have enjoyed commercial success include Nouvelle Vague who achieved sales of over 1 million worldwide over the 3 albums recorded for the label. Peacefrog is also an active and successful music publishing company.
A parallel progression occurred in techno music, with artists such as the UK's Aphex Twin and Japan's Tetsu Inoue producing what the press called "ambient techno", combining the melodic & rhythmic elements of dancefloor-oriented techno with elements of ambient and other experimental music. By the early 1990s, the increasingly distinct music associated with this experimentation had gained prominence with releases on a variety of mostly UK-based record labels, including Warp (1989), Black Dog Productions (1989), R&S Records (1989), Carl Craig's Planet E, Rising High Records (1991), Richard James's Rephlex Records (1991), Kirk Degiorgio's Applied Rhythmic Technology (1991), Eevo Lute Muzique (1991), General Production Recordings (1989), Soma Quality Recordings (1991), Peacefrog Records (1991), and Metamorphic Recordings (1992).
This was followed by a limited edition, vinyl-only mini album ("Home Service" released by Static Caravan in 2003). EIS regrouped to record a self-styled 'agrarian' album, "The Good Seed", in 2005. Released in February 2007 on the Peacefrog Records label, it was recorded in a tiny, deconsecrated chapel in the Waveney Valley on the Suffolk/Norfolk border. The Good Seed features twenty rustic-yet-sophisticated new recordings concocted from acoustic instruments that range from parlour guitars and ukuleles to pump harmoniums, dulcimers, goat skin drums and washboards. Recorded on an arcane 8-track tape recorder, it presented a stripped down EIS, though still finds room for such instruments as stylophones, a mini-sampler, a Bentley Rhythm Ace drum machine and miscellaneous noise making devices. Josh Hillman (of the Willard Grant Conspiracy) contributed violin, viola and pedal steel.