Most DJs have a heavily overdosed passport full of trips to the coolest places that most can only Wikipedia. Mumdance is no different. His voyages abroad and ear for an ethnic groove have lead to his music grabbing elements from far-flung regions of the planet before being spun into a sound that UK ears can relate to. That means his discography is a constant economy trip between continents, from the ragga-Indian mixed slush puppy of “Tarahtid” through to “Smasher” and its Japanese geisha-tinged peaks and troughs. After a two-year hiatus, he sprung “Twists & Turns” onto the interwebs; a mixtape that has exhaled a new lease of life into his career. Before launching into an exclusive mix of mostly unheard, unsigned odds and ends, we nattered about Latino girls, shoegaze and obscure world genres.
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