Perhaps one of the most progressive home manufacturers and DJs from the later ’90s, 2000s, and 2010s, Theo Parrish was raised in Chicago but moved to Detroit by enough time of his past due-1996 Baby Actions EP on 7th Town subsidiary Elevate. From your EP, his Chicago tribute “Lake Shoreline Drive” later made an appearance around the Kenny Dixon/Moodymann launch “Inspirations of a little Black Chapel,” and Parrish also done songs by Rick Wilhite, Dewayne Davis and Norma Jean Bell. In 1997, he founded his Sound Personal label, the store in most of his prolific result, like the albums Parallel Sizes (2000), the Revolving Assembly’s Natural Dreams (2004), and Audio Sculptures, Vol. 1 (2007). Also a renowned DJ, he offers released many mixes around the CD-R file format. In 2013, the Snowdog label wanted him for Dark Jazz Signature, a variety of cuts in one of the very most significant impartial jazz labels from the ’70s.