Paranoid London are the real deal: dirty, repetitive music for DJ’s & dancers.

PDON001 – Paranoid London – We Make Acid

Paranoid London was born out of a desire to do things differently, Bored of how house music has developed, with vinyl hit so hard recently and labels desperate to do anything in order to sell a few records; we decided back in 2007 that the time was right for a brand new, old school acid label. We press on 180g vinyl, no downloads, no CDs and no promotion.

Using vintage synthesisers and outboard equipment to achieve the Paranoid London sound, we delivered a 3 track warehouse/acid track with K-Alexi chanting over the top. Need we say more?

PDON002 – Paranoid London Feat Paris Brightledge – Immortality

“Immortality” is the second transmission from Paranoid London records & once again the label throws something unexpected out there.

What we have here is one of the original Chicago house vocalists doing a cover version of a post-punk Manchester band set to a tip-top acid house banger. The A-side is a cover version of “Immortality” by The Fall. The B-side has two tracks. “Making Enemies” is a dark, polyrhythmic speaker-tester, while “Sync 24” is a quirkier affair. The music is all analogue using three machines: 808, 303 & 202 … nice & simple.

Once again we press on 180g vinyl, no downloads, no CDs, no promotion.

PDON003 – Paranoid London Feat. Mulato Pinatdo – Eating Glue 

After a 2 year break Paranoid London return to show the Johnny Come Lately how to do Acid House. Proper late night, bass driven machine music featuring the mysterious Mulato Pintado on vocals. We played this to our mate who said: ”It aint clever …. but it fuckin works!” The music is all analogue using two machines: 808 & 303 …nice & simple. Once again we press on 180g vinyl, no downloads, no CDs, no promos… no bull shit… just some proper acid tracks done the right way!

PDON004 – Paranoid London Feat Paris Brightledge – Paris Dub 1

808, 303, 707 & Paris Brightledge on vox. Uncompromising acidic bass music for DJs & dancers. B-side is taken from our first live set at Warehouse Project, Manchester 2008. Totally improvised, totally live, by the seat of our pants. Acid house with one of the true House greats on vocals.

PDON005 – Paranoid London Feat Mutado Pintado – Transmission 5

PDON006 – Paranoid London Feat Paris Brightledge – Paris Dub 2 

It’s 7am at the after-hours. You’ve been working the object of your affections all night. Next thing, that MF Paris Brightledge floats in the room, whispers in their ear & takes them home right in in front of you. Damn!

PDONLP01 – Paranoid London – Paranoid London

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)

PDON007 – Paranoid London – We Come To Rock/Buck Stoppin

‘We Come To Rock’ is a cover version of a classic electro track.
‘Buck Stoppin’ samples another old electro tune & hot wires it for dancers & DJs. This is the first new stuff since last years album with more to come very soon.

 

 

DISCOGRAPHY

2007 Paranoid London – We Make Acid (12″, S/Sided, Ltd) PDON001

2008 Paranoid London featuring Paris Brightledge – Immortality (12″) PDON002

2012 Paranoid London featuring Mulato Pintado – Eating Glue (12″) PDON003

2012 Paranoid London featuring Paris Brightledge – Paris Dub 1 (12″) PDON004

2013 Paranoid London featuring Mutado Pintado – Transmission 5 (12″) PDON005

2013 Paranoid London featuring Paris Brightledge – Paris Dub 2 (12″) PDON006

2015 Paranoid London – Paranoid London – PDONLP01

2016 Paranoid London – We Come To Rock/Buck Stoppin – PDON007

REMIXES

2011 Deep Space Orchestra – Hold Me Back (Paranoid London Remix) MAMSW1

ALBUM

2015 – Paranoid London – Paranoid London – PDONLP01