Stasis ‎– Circuit Funk

Peacefrog Records ‎– PF013
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 View From The Rille 6:38
A2 Presence 6:15
B1 Mnemic Image 5:34
B2 Inosphere 5:35

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November 8, 2017
This needs a repress! thats 10 words for you discogs


November 22, 2016
edited 2 months ago
Originally lent to me by a member of HIA who lived upstairs from me in the early 90s. I didn't appreciate techno at the time, but this was different, like space funk from the future, which opened up a whole new world of music for me. The synths and metallic, flanged drum sounds Steve used on this sounded very distinctive at the time and still sounds fresh and unique today. Seems to be steadily gaining value, but I will probably never sell it.


March 29, 2016
This is one of my favourite Stasis releases, which is saying a lot as he has always kept quality control high on his output. It is quirky, dreamy, spacey yet still kicking enough for a floor. Well recommended!!


November 6, 2015
This really is a special record. Cheers Steve!


August 12, 2014
Steve Pickton is such a beast. Can't recommend this record enough. B1 is so so good.


July 15, 2014 lucky b**tard! The first time I went record shopping, my mum insisted on coming with me..."Ohh that's not nice...what about this?" Anyway, I digress, Peacefrog is Luke Slater's label, if you don't know him he's a UK musician ("Oh my gawd! Techno frum Ingerland!") advice, get acquainted! If you were a "proper" Techno head in the early 90's, and you saw the 'Frog,' it was a sure need to listen, straight in the bag! This is no exception, beautifully done from start to quality deep brooding techno. I'm not sure if I believe in "Faceless Techno bollocks" or giving credit where credit is due, but both this label it's manager and artists appearing on it where/are making magic. These tunes are real gifts...listen to them, love them!


June 14, 2014

This was my first record ever. I dont know what or who peacefrog and stasis is. Now I know it. I think also the "Mnemic Image" is the greatest song, perhaps from stasis.


July 9, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
It dawned on me this year how important Mr Steve Pickton really is! I think that the perfect musician never makes a mistake and on his every release of back catalogue is pure perfection in production!
I’ve picked out "Mnemic Image" as at the moment i can’t stop playing it! Imagine you’re in this Bar on a spaceship in a different universe and there’s this space dude in a white suit playing electronic calypso bubble music! And all the aliens in the room are grooving out... nope that’s just me being a freak!!!
Absolute classic and always will be!