LISTEN AND READ: JORDAN GCZ IN CONVERSATION

The Join The Future radio show/podcast returned to Noods Radio in January, 2022, with a new format and a very special guest: Amsterdam-based techno, ambient and deep house producer/performer Jordan Czamanski AKA Jordan GCZ.

You can now listen to that episode – the first of 12 hour-long episodes due to air in 2022 – via the embedded audio player below, or via the Noods Radio Mixcloud channel. In addition, you can read an interview feature, written by Join The Future author and host Matt Anniss, via the Juno Daily website. Click here to go to the article.

The episode features host Matt Anniss in conversation with a genuine hero of the electronic underground: Jordan GCZ. Best known as one half of Juju & Jordash, Jordan is renowned as a live performer, improviser and collaborator (he’s so far worked with the likes of Move D, Jonah Sharp, Max D and Willie Burns, amongst others). He’s also the man behind the impeccable Off Minor Recordings label and has released a number of killer solo records over the last decade or so. In the months ahead, he’ll be releasing his debut solo album, My Brain’s Brain, and a full-length collaboration with legendary Detroit techno producer Terrence Dixon on Rush Hour, Keep In Mind I’m Out of My Mind. All this and more is covered in the recorded conversation featured on episode one of the new series of Join The Future on Noods, while the accompanying music includes exclusive plays of tracks from Jordan’s forthcoming releases.

New episodes of Join The Future will air on the final Wednesday of every month during 2022, starting at 3pm (15:00). You can tune in via the Noods Radio website, or on DAB+ in the Bristol city area.

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