Paranoid London Cult Hero (Do You Wanna Touch Me) Very limited 12" single taken from Paranoid London's second album. Collaborators include Mutado Pintado (Warmduscher), Alan Vega & Arthur Baker, Simon Topping (A Certain Ratio), Josh Caffe & Bubbles Bubblesynski. A mix of freaky vocal tracks & hard as nails instrumentals we carry on where the first album left off. Josh Caffe provides sweat soaked emotion like a true House original. Mutado Pintado & Alan Vega bring the weirdness. Simon Topping & Bubbles Bubblesynski dead pan their way through strobe lit acid tracks. The rest of the album is made up of the kind instrumentals that only Paranoid London would have the balls to put out. Stripped back to the bare essentials for dancefloors, every element performing a vital role there is even one track that is so brutal & parred down that it's made using only the 808 drum machine. Paranoid London Records 12"
Paranoid London (Vi-Vi) Vicious Games Very limited 12" single taken from Paranoid London's second album. New single alongside album announcement of second album from DIY Underground house duo, “one of the most eclectic yet visceral house records of recent memory” (FACT). Released alongside 160th Anniversary of Big Ben (see band logo), 250 clings around Westminster. Boiler Room confirmed. They’ve remixed The Chemical Brother’s Free Yourself for their 2019 album No Geography. Paranoid London Records 12"
Paranoid London The Boombox Affair Acid techno duo Paranoid London have returned with their first new track since 2016, a tribute to murdered LGBTQ+ activist and DJ, Bubbles Bubblesynski. As the duo explain, ‘The Boombox Affair’ was originally meant to feature original vocals from Bubbles, but after he was shot and killed last September the pair decided to make the track with existing audio and donate the proceeds to charity. “Everybody on the West Coast knew Bubbles Bubblesynski,” shares Paranoid London. “We were going to make a record with him before he was murdered. We made it anyway with audio from his Facebook posts and we’ll be donating all profits to two LGBTQ friendly organisations in San Francisco.” Paranoid London 12"
Paranoid London PL From the ashes of a devastated vinyl industry 10 years ago Paranoid London Records & Paranoid London the band emerged & immediately began bucking the trend in falling vinyl sales. With zero promotion, no interviews, no photos & no downloads their line in stripped down, dirty, sleazy tracks made directly for dancers & DJs caught the imagination of a scene bored shitless of the way things were. The records started to become instant modern classics, going for silly money on sites like discogs. They would sell out before they even hit the shops leading to frenzied pre-orders & people squabbling over the few copies that made it on to the racks. When they began to do live shows people began to get their first glimpses of the, until then, anonymous band. The atmosphere at those gigs was electric, the crowds surging forward with excitement as the show would start. The live show, like the records, was different to everything else on offer at the time. Combining a rare talent for dancefloor dynamics made with original analogue equipment spitting out often brutal shards of electronic funk with the Alan Vega/preacher -esque vocal rants of Mutado Pintado. Very quickly rising to the top of the disco chain they headlined everywhere from Panorama Bar, Block9 at Glastonbury, Sonar, Dekmantel as well as supporting bands like Fat White Family, The Chemical Brothers & Soulwax. The first album outsold just about every other electronic album on vinyl that year, again with zero promotion. Second album now complete, the secret well & truly out, new live show on the way. Paranoid London Records CD | LP
Paranoid London Transmission 5 ..the anonymous Paranoid London outfit return with the fifth release on their eponymous imprint, aptly named Transmission 5. Once again hooking up with vocalist Mutado Pintado, the track sees a sinister spoken word vocal laid over a subtle acid line, complete with raw drum machine manoeuvres, while the flip sees a straight instrumental. Stripped back, but deadly as the last - don't sleep on this one... Paranoid London 12"
Paranoid London Paranoid London debut limited double album from modern acid kings Paranoid London which includes long deleted tracks 'Eating Glue' & 'Paris Dubs 1'From the moment you hear the first warm pads you know this is going to be an epic journey. Not really. Here is some more repetitive, machine bass music for DJs to play loud & dancers to freak to. Featuring vocals from Mutado Pintado (NYC), Paris Brightledge (Chicago) & DJ Genesis (Detroit) Paranoid London CD | LP
Tiga / Paranoid London Always 12" single from electro-champ Tiga's recent album and a is a collaboration with Paranoid London Counter Records 12"
Paranoid London Paris Dub 2 Across a smattering of releases, the Paranoid London crew have built up something of a cult following without having to rely on the usual press or promo channels. How they do that, you say? By specialising in their own distinct brand of acid house, blending dark analogue productions with live vocals from exotically named artists such as Mulato Pintado and Paris Brightledge. With last year's Paris Dub 1 currently the subject of some high prices amongst vinyl speculators, a second edition arrives in timely fashion and the combination of Paranoid London's Acid and Paris Brightledge's vocal once again works wonders. Yes this is simple, but some of the best house music is just that. Do not sleep. Paranoid London 12" Out of Stock
Paranoid London Eating Glue Re-press of one of Paranoid London's finest acid moments expected soon! In the words of PL... We played this to our mate who said: ''It aint clever .... but it fuckin works!'' Raw analogue acid shit, made using exactly the same processes & machines as the original acid house pioneers were using 25 years ago. Class. Paranoid London 12" Out of Stock