Moscow-based producer Mujuice runs us through his top tracks.

What’s the first record you ever bought?

I think it was maybe when I was 12 or 13 years old and I was trying to buy Nirvana but instead I bought UK psychedelic Nirvana. It was good though. Still love this record.

The first time you remember hearing electronic music?

Not sure it was literally the “first” but when I was about 13 years old I saw Aphex Twins “Come To Daddy” video. Pretty intense for daytime TV….

Your favourite ever record?

Killer question. Let me think. Hymies Basement: A 21st century pop song. Ask me any other time and youʼll get a different result.

The guaranteed floor-filler?

Huerco S. – Untitled (trp’s acid cut). So sweet, so acidic.

The guilty pleasure?

No idea! Thereʼs no such feelings about music. I feel a bit guilty watching cartoons though.

The last track of the night?

Seeing as last track track of the night is actually morning Westbam feat. Richard Butler – You Need The Drugs. It’s good to go to sleep after hearing it and it gets you mentally ready for Sunday.

The best chillout record?

Iʼm a huge fan of Berlin Scape Records. So any of those would work. But my beloved one is Jan Jelinek – Loop Finding Jazz Records.

The record everyone loves but you hate?

Ha! My friends would say any of my records and especially my songs…

The best record for a family party?

Johann Pachelbel – Canon in D major. Performed by Anton Batagov on piano.

The soundtrack to a lazy Sunday afternoon?

The Velvet Underground, Nico – Sunday Morning.

The worst record youʼve ever heard?

Any pop track but there are some exceptions that work I suppose.

The record you’re proudest of?

Itʼs hard to tell as it depends on my mood and the anti-depressants I take but my latest work I guess: Motherland.

The future classic?

No future.

Mujuice’s “Regress” LP is out December 13th on Acid Pop Recording. Find him on Facebook, Instagram & Soundcloud.

29th November, 2019

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