Joe Davis’ Far Out Recordings is yet to release another Brazilika compilation, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the label. A 12-inch with two of Marcos Valle‘s songs remixed will be released before the CD comes out later this month. The Theo Parrish’s remix was premiered on Boiler Room Debuts the other day, and if you haven’t heard it yet here’s your chance. The b-side comes from Bugz in the Attic engineer Daz-I-Kue, who revives his Bloodfire moniker for the remix.
The 12-inch will be out on March 23rd and can be pre-ordered from the Far Out store. Until then, you’re invited to listen to Gilles Peterson’s Marcos Valle special.
As you might know already, Theo Parrish’s label Sound Signature now has a website and from what I can tell it’s constantly updated (and pretty unique content-wise.) What it doesn’t say yet is when Theo’s new album, presumably titled “American Intelligence”, will be available. Until we find out, you can watch the Heather Sommerfield-directed video for its first single Footwork.
For their sixth video-podcast, DJonTV is joined by the legendary Detroit discjockey and producer Theo Parrish.
Theo talks about his discovery of the piano, his production and his idea of DJing. If you’re interested in the other episodes of DJonTV, check out their page on blip.tv!
Mar 29, 2008 Earlier this week, Rush Hour got loads of Sound Signature and Theo Parrish records back in stock