Jordan GCZ Preps EP for Future Times, Preview it Now
- Words: Kat Leinhart
Jordan Czamanski may be best known for his joint production projects Juju & Jordash and Magic Mountain High (not to mention recent collaborations with Future Times label co-founder Max D as Zsa Gang, or under the Crotocosm moniker with Willie Burns), but his debut solo outing as Jordan GCZ set him up as a producer in his own right. In September, the Amsterdam-based artist will follow his "Crybaby J" 12" from last year, which inaugurated his own Off Minor imprint, with a new EP for Future Times, entitled Digitalis. The three tracks on offer range from classic house tropes to "snake-charmer funk that gets washed away in outrageous keys and hovering, molten electronics" and can be previewed below, where the EP's tracklist has also been included.
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