// Peckos & Colour Breed 'Lucky Man' Out 17th Jan 2011 //

peckos-colour-breed-lucky-manHot on the heels of the latest Baker Street release from Guy Williams comes the Belgian duo of Peckos & Colour Breed with their four track EP 'Lucky Man'. Peckos continues a great year - having had releases on Lost My Dog, Homecoming Music, Shak Digital and a host of remixes - with this latest collaboration contaning four tracks of intricate drum arrangements and pulsating deep house with techy and funky splashes. Peckos (aka Sven van Coillie from Leuven, Belgium) started his musical career in 2001 behind some local turntables, experimenting with different styles & genres – techno, electro, disco, and club before finding his real passion lay in a more underground house sound. 2005 saw him make the move into producing and after four years of experimenting in the studio the final results were finally ready and quickly snapped up by labels including Lost My Dog, Shak Digital and Bridge City. 2009 was the breakthrough year for Peckos, with several EP's released on Bridge City, Ping Pong, Lost My Dog, Gourmand Music Recordings and Shak Digital, carving out a niche as one of the brightest upcoming stars in underground house music of the deep, tech and funky persuasions.  His sets and productions are inspired by his simple, profound love of electronic music and his creativity, delivering booming beats, sensual sounds, mind-milking melodies – music that sounds great, powerful and sometimes gentle.

Colour Breed hails from Kortrijk (West-Flanders, Belgium) and has been producing for 8 years. He first met Peckos on an internet electronic music forum and the pair soon formed a friendship steeped in a lust to share their knowledge and experiences of digital production and a mutual appreciation of each others sounds and exacting standards of production. Their first collaboration was onDigi Funk and received positive reactions from a host of big name DJs, even being charted by Atnarko. In 2009 the pair decided to work together more and this release on Baker Street Recordings is the first result of these sessions with much more to follow.

Baker Street Recordings have been described by iDJ’s Russell Deeks as being "one of the UK’s top deep house imprints" and byMixmag’s Craig Torrance as “a label on the up”, thanks to a consistent string of quality EPs featuring music by the likes ofMoodymanc, Sei A, Justin Harris, Michael McLardy, Guy Williams, Murray Richardson and Demarkus Lewis, alongside relative newcomers Matt Prehn, Michelle Owen, and label boss Paul Hardy.