Premiere: Peh Per Ghost – Submerge / Submerge (Eyedress remix)

03.02.14

Peh Per Ghost is an experimental pop musician and singer signed to British independent label Five Easy Pieces. Operating out of a bedroom studio in Hackney, London, Peh Per Ghost has whipped together four tracks for his official debut EP, 'Peep Holes', a short player that apparently takes its inspiration from round-the-clock news culture and philosopher Jacques Derrida. More inspirations like this, please. 

We're premiering Submerge, one of the songs from said EP, here at Dummy alongside a remix from up-and-coming electronic musician Eyedress. Submerge is a neat little song that unfolds slowly (by the end it's exploded into a guitar riff that makes it sounds something like a Soundcloud-era update of New Order). The Eyedress remix is a different beast entirely – the Filipino musician's rework is a radical transformation, a darker version that plays out in half time, coming across like a phantom echo of the original.

You can listen to both the original and remix below, and "peep" (sorry) the tracklist of the 'Peep Holes' EP.

Tracklist:

01. Tin Can Calm
02. Fall Out
03. Submerge
04. Blunt Needles, Scratch Video
05. Submerge (Eyedress remix) [iTunes only]

Five Easy Pieces release the 'Peep Holes' EP on February 10th 2014.