Forgotten trinkets, black and white photographs and broken ornaments adorned the walls or hung from rusty hooks that bordered the room. These old things, cast off by their original owners, were ready to become another person's treasure. Their stories wouldn't end here, the memories held within each object would be joined by new ones, and their existence would continue to bring new life to old spaces.
Mexican producer Mufi teams up with his good friend Alf Champion to launch their new label Fucanglong Files, with the first release coming in the form of an 8 track V/A, which gives listeners a window into what the future holds for the imprint. Stretching from driving synth excursions to oddball disco and electro, the release includes tracks from both label heads, alongside contributions from Roe Deers, Sequencers, Alex Aguayo, Safety Last, Amarcord and Eliezer, who teams up with Alejandro Molinari for a chaotic acid cut.
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