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‘Day Without Yesterday’ begins with filtered down congas, a strong kick drum and some steady shakers to create the backbone of this Detroit-style House jam. Once the groove is established Peggy brings in a cool bass-line that’s reminiscent of old school Rick Wade cuts and tops it all off with some sparse keys and crisp high hats. ‘Six O Six’ on the flip hears Peggy entering into more acidic territory filled with modular mutation and driving percussion. Peggy also shows off her vocal talents as she gives the listener a counting lesson in her native Korean tongue over the fine analogue house production.