jozif "Musak (jozif's MOG version feat. Zeska) "
Quickly ascending established house music heights with releases on Wolf + Lamb, Vitalik, and Infine, London's jozif has paired up with Fabric resident Craig Richards on a label entitled Fist or Finger— the idea being that jozif's big room sound represents the "Fist" while Richards' more experimental take is the "Finger." The label's first release, jozif's own "Beats In Space," came out earlier this month as a run of 300 limited-edition vinyl. The b-side features Richards' sparse deconstruction of jozif's funkified original, an intersection that is more fully realized on this free download of jozif's re-working of "Musak," which features timid, harrowing vocals from singer Zeska and an ominous synth line that seems antithetical to the track's unassuming drums.
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