Those who've paid attention to Jordan GCZ's career will tell you that he's an intergalactic kind of guy, with his varied discography featuring a number of suitably stargazing solo or collaborative releases. It's this side of his musical persona that he explores on new Future Times outing "Space Songs". Sitting somewhere between synthesizer-powered jazz-funk, quirky electronica, off-kilter deep house and outer-space techno, the five assembled tracks are colourful, inventive and deliciously hard to pigeonhole. We're particularly enjoying the epic broken techno-goes-jazz jam "Half Time" and the seductively shimmering, Spacetime Continuum-esque wonder that is "Prodigi", but to be honest the whole EP is inspired.
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