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Album Review

Long delayed because of release problems with Mo' Wax, Peshay's debut funnels his jazz influences — not just the slick end of '70s fusion and disco, but the hard boppin' '60s as well — into a solid album of breakbeat dance. The jazz'n'breaks angle is done better than most, thanks to input from two of the jungle scene's prime engineer/producers, Decoder and (on two tracks) Photek. The title track is an obvious highlight (it actually appeared on Mo' Wax as a single more than a year earlier), and the live bass and piano on "Live at 2:37" are a welcome attempt to continue integrating jazz improv with drum'n'bass. The rap track "End of Story" also works very well, with vocals by J-Live and beautiful Fender Rhodes playing by Illinton. For most of the album though, the results argue well on paper but end up a bit dry and overly respectful in the final analysis. Miles from Home has a few notable highs, but seems too polished and labored over to work as a truly great album. It's difficult to dispel the impression that it suffered from the extra studio time.


Born: London, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

An early protégé of Goldie's while the two worked on production at 4 Hero's Reinforced Records during the early '90s, Peshay's style of jungle/drum'n'bass, influenced both by house and the more polished forms of jazz fusion, allies itself both with Goldie and 4 Hero. A breakbeat DJ from early in his career, Peshay debuted on wax with Reinforced in 1993, recording the Protegé EP before joining Goldie's Metalheadz stable and releasing its second single, "Psychosis." He also recorded several 12"s with...
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