The Leftroom Limited imprint is back early July with jozif’s ‘A Million To One’ EP, comprising three original tracks from the UK artist. London’s jozif has been a producer and DJ on the underground circuit for quite some time now with releases on Crosstown Rebels, Compost, Culprit and his Fist or Finger imprint (run alongside Craig Richards), as well as shows in Barcelona, Berlin, Paris, Mexico, a residency at NYC’s Verboten and regular slots at fabric, London in recent times. 

Here we see jozif return to the Leftroom Limited imprint, headed up by Matt Tolfrey who jozif’s been collaboratively working alongside under their recently formed Kerb Staller project over the past year.

Title track ‘A Million To One’ kicks off the EP and sees jozif deliver a haunting slice of dropped tempo house, laid out over seven minutes with swelling pads, frenzied and stuttering acid bass hooks and his bumpy drum style. ‘The Spandex Ballet’ follows and picks up the energy levels, bringing protruding rhythms and meandering arpeggios to the forefront, while dubby bass stabs and circulating atmospherics billow around them.

Last up to round off the package is the ‘A Million To One (Sunset Live Jam)’, which reshapes the original number into a beguiling, ethereal ambient number with heavenly pad melodies, soft broken rhythms and a generally smooth, cosseting feel.

It’s out 6 July.


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