In The Booth: Gilligan Moss

In The Booth: Gilligan Moss

The NY-based producer is celebrating a new EP release.

With the release of his debut EP Ceremonial (out now via Caroline and AMR), New York producer Gilligan Moss has been kind enough to give us a little taste of what we may expect should we find ourselves on a dancefloor he's in control of. Given the diverse, eccentric nature of his dark-pop stylings, it's a killer mix of tunes. Stream the EP below, and check out what a night with Moss may entail:

Take us through a set with Gilligan Moss:

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What track are we opening up with?

Darwin In Bahia by Young Marco - such warm vibes from this track, a nice low-key track to start a set.

You’re miles away from home and you want to show some love for your home town/country. Which friend’s work are you gonna play?

Good Ass Intro by Chance The Rapper - Chance is the current reigning champ of Chicago.

The audience are well-oiled, now it’s time to make them lose their shit. What track is going to do it?

Calypso by Round Table Knights - works every damn time.

You’ve got ‘em now, got a track show off how deep your taste goes?

Squeezi by Man Jumping - Joe from Glass Animals showed us this band (which his dad played in back in the 80s). All of their shit is pretty next level - this one is really great.

Energy levels are waning slightly, what’s a fail safe pick me up – either for yourself, or the crowd?

Flight 2 by Angelo & Eighteen - this track should be the soundtrack of a bank heist scene.

We’re on the home stretch, what’s a brand new track you’re going to test out?

Just by Bicep - a new track that I think is going to be amazing to hear out.

It’s time for a breather, got a track with some real emotional feels?

Who Do You Love (Joakim Remix) by Kindness - such a brilliant remix.

Good night all and thanks for coming – what track are you going to leave everyone with?

Zombie by Fela Kuti - when I was on tour with Glass Animals, they played Zombie after every show... such a perfect mood for wrapping up the night.

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