The forthcoming album will be comprised entirely of material recorded at last year’s Freerotation festival.
Magic Mountain High return to the vinyl format with the Burnt Breadcrumbs EP on the recently formed Off Minor Recordings.
“It would be tough for us to float around an abstract world full of aesthetic concepts without having the real world creep up inside our business. There’s not enough dope in the world for that.” So says Jordan Czamanski, one half of Amsterdam based duo Juju & Jordash.
Having grown from a small and thoroughly intimate party into a slightly bigger, thoroughly intimate party, Freerotation is looming on the horizon with one of it’s weightiest line-ups to date. We’ve waded through the considerable talent on offer at Baskerville Hall this year to try and ascertain which choice acts are no less than unmissable.
Arguments over what exactly constitutes “live” electronic music are often as circular and dull as the most listless of pre-programmed laptop sets, but David Moufang isn’t in the mood to pull punches: “It’s like taking a piss on people,” says the man better known as veteran of leftfield electronica Move D. “They map their tracks on Ableton and then they crossfade them, and I’ve seen people I really respected pulling this trick. We’re all fed up with this.”