Mgun W/ Mr. Joshooa B2b Jeremy Kypta

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MGUN [UR | Third Ear | Wild Oats | Don't Be Afraid]

Having first emerged on the Wild Oats released Laygo My Faygo as part of NSNT PRJCT alongside Kyle Hall in 2010, Manuel Gonzales has found his own voice over the past twelve months. Resurfacing under the MGUN banner, Gonzales made an intensely rewarding full debut on Hall’s label with the cavernous deconstruction of techno that was Harmnear, and has subsequently struck alliances with some of the UK’s more interesting labels.

Released as 2012 drew to a close, The Upstairs Apt EP for Semtek’s Don’t Be Afraid was equally a statement of the label’s intent to escape the mundane trappings of many a current UK house operation and another compelling display of Gonzales’ obvious talent. A further mark of the Detroit-based producer’s ascendancy arrives with The Near Future EP on Will Bankhead’s The Trilogy Tapes label, turning out twenty minutes of wayward sonics that build upon his burgeoning reputation as much more than a one-dimensional house and techno producer.

MR. JOSHOOA [MY BaBY | TV Lounge | FSDY/Detroit]

mister joshooa, a cybersonic superbeast fully aware of all the pros and cons of every psychosynthetic microjankenism ever compilated...

JEREMY KYPTA [MY BaBY | TV Lounge | FSDY/Detroit]

Born in Wurzburg, DE. Cultured in Detroit. Jeremy Kypta started getting into these sounds around the end of the warehouse era here in Detroit, 98 or so. Started buying records and bought his first decks a couple years later. He did his best to turn new people on to dance music. "It seems to me that people who are very open-minded individuals lack the frame of reference to understand the power in this music. I owe my current view to artists like Mike Huckaby, Delano Smith, and Norm Talley, as their take on deeply beaten down house music has withstood the test of time"

Jeremy Kypta started DJing in 2008 when he began helping his friends Joshua Guerin (Mr. Joshooa, TV Josh) and Kevin Sears (k. attic) with their new weekly at TV Lounge then called Broadcast Blursdays. The weekly was a learning venture. Proudly to say it now garners one of the strongest casts of local residents every week with excellent guests, and is now the longest standing weekly in Detroit over 7 years running, now known as TV Dinners.

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By: FSDY Detroit

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