B12CD1 Stasis - Redcell : Stasis album art Redcell : Stasis Redcell : Stasis - Redcell : Stasis(CD, Ltd) B12 B12CD1 UK 1993 Sell This Version
PF028 Stasis - Inspiration album art Stasis Inspiration (Album) Peacefrog Records PF028 UK 1995 Sell This Version
PF046CD Stasis - Fromtheoldtothenew album art Stasis Fromtheoldtothenew (Album) Peacefrog Records PF046CD UK 1996 Sell This Version

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B1211 Stasis - Point Of No Return! album art Stasis Point Of No Return! B12 B1211 UK 1993 Sell This Version
TIR005 Stasis - Disco 4000 album art Stasis Disco 4000 (EP) Time Is Right TIR005 UK 1993 Sell This Version
PF013 Stasis - Circuit Funk album art Stasis Circuit Funk (EP) Peacefrog Records PF013 UK 1993 Sell This Version
LM-01 Stasis - Likemind 01 album art Stasis / Nuron Stasis / Nuron - Likemind 01 Likemind LM-01 UK 1993 Sell This Version
MWEX008 Stasis - History Of Future E.P. album art Stasis History Of Future E.P. (EP) Mo Wax Excursions MWEX008 UK & Europe 1996 Sell This Version
pp013 Stasis - Block album art Stasis Block Pure Plastic pp013 UK 1997 Sell This Version
Mupl 015 Stasis - Sound Of Stas album art Stasis Sound Of Stas Multiplex Mupl 015 Denmark 1997 Sell This Version
ANGEL Stasis - Split album art Stasis / Remote_ Stasis / Remote_ - Split(7", Ltd) Smallfish ANGEL UK 2001 Sell This Version
PPD3 Stasis - Old Skool Reunion album art Stasis / Allstars (4) Stasis / Allstars (4) - Old Skool Reunion Pure Plastic PPD3 UK 2005 Sell This Version
ONLY 5 Stasis - Space 1993 album art Stasis Space 1993 Only One Music ONLY 5 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
SYNCRO 18 Stasis - Artifax album art Stasis Artifax(12") Syncrophone Recordings SYNCRO 18 France 2014 Sell This Version
PNDTA01 Stasis - Traffic Attic Vol.1 Selected By Didier Allyne album art Ritchie Inkle* / Stasis Ritchie Inkle* / Stasis - Traffic Attic Vol.1 Selected By Didier Allyne(12", RE) P&D PNDTA01 France 2017 Sell This Version
FP002 Stasis - Vinyle Inaugural Vol 1 album art Phenomyna / Stasis Phenomyna / Stasis - Vinyle Inaugural Vol 1 (EP) Fencepiece FP002 UK 2019 Sell This Version
FP004 Stasis - Rare & Unreleased Volume 1  album art Stasis Rare & Unreleased Volume 1 Fencepiece FP004 UK 2021 Sell This Version


PFG046LP Stasis - Past Movements album art Stasis Past Movements (Comp) Peacefrog Records PFG046LP UK 2003 Sell This Version

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February 20, 2021
Despite a fairly significant amount of work, Steve Pickton is still a special find. He's managed to find a consistent sound for his work that sat perfectly on Peacefrog Records alongside for instance, Dan Curtin. Mnemic Image is how I discovered him on Kiss FM years ago, with its mesmerisingly cool, summer night bassline, carefree soaring samples and 808. Really try anything, never over-produced or jarringly different, if you like one track you'll like the rest. Thanks Steve.


July 11, 2016
For the record and this is fact, not rumour. Steve Picton only ever recorded 1 track at Kirk Degiorgio's studio. The rest of his amazing output was recorded in his very own "Otherworld" studio, a studio where I'm sure you'd all agree, magical things took place, a studio where some of the best music ever produced was made.


July 7, 2016
Firstly, Steve Stasis (Picton) is a musical genius. You only have to to look and listen to his output under his various guises to realise this. I was lucky enough to be on the scene or thereabouts to have access to all of the master pieces that he and his comrades released. Rumour has it that Steve was allowed access to Kirk Degiorgio's studio and equipment and this was where he produced most of his finest work, this was until, for whatever reason, they had a falling out. My favourite ep is without question, the "Disco 4000" ep. This ep will take you to another place, it will give you an outer-body experience, absolutely mind-blowing.The rest, as they say, is history.


February 18, 2002
Stasis had a lower profile than the likes of B12, Black Dog and RDJ during the early-1990s UK electronic music days, but was extremely influential nonetheless. The Stasis name became almost synonymous with decent music, and he had fingers in many pies - from Phenomyna to B12 Records, from Likemind to Peacefrog, Stasis certainly got about.

Stasis has moved away from the electronic scene in recent years (a great loss!) and is now a hip-hop/R&B producer, putting his drum programming skills to good use. However he's still in touch with a few people, as his contribution to a recent Smallfish 7" demonstrates.

Back in the day, Stasis was one of the artists who you felt made music "for those who know", and is probably destined to remain a little-known phenomynon of the early 1990s outside us obsessives who drooled over shrink-wrapped 12"s back when Fat Cat was under that old clothes shop...

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