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A master of his craft, Moscoman seamlessly mixes the old with the new in “Can You Dig It” as the classic Monkees track from their 1968 album “Head” is woven throughout - sampling at its best. ‘By infusing the Laurel Canyon vibes of The Monkees' 'Can You Dig It' into my new single, I wanted to pay homage to a timeless era and also to bring a fresh twist to it and make sure to get everyone diggin' it.’ - Moscoman

Opening the EP is “Bouabre” with an all encompassing and hypnotic bassline beaconing the listener to the dancefloor, whilst melding together a glitchy vocal in true Moscoman style. Title track “Rob The Plants” hones in on Moscoman’s ability to fuse together a range of techniques, culminating in a dancefloor ready heavy hitter. An addictive and driving bassline plays on throughout, whilst a catchy vocal and warm guitar licks are intertwined. Gradually increasing in intensity and closing the EP “Nishar Levad” is an emotionally charged offering ladened with atmospheric synths, haunting guitar chords and an inviting groove.

“Rob The Plants” is at once psychotropic & playful, deep yet fun, sonically outlandish yet super catchy. It’s everything you want in a record! 


Matt says: Moscoman turns out a fresh and fun set of big room party tracks that'd equally be at home on Ransom Note or Me Me Me - drawing comparisons from Bawrut, Man Power and Red Axes with an intoxicating stew of electronic elements certain to please the more inebriated reveller.


A1. Bouabre
A2. Rob The Plants
B1. Can You Dig It
B2. Nishar Levad


Time Slips Away

    Dancers can always be sure of one thing with Chen Moscovici – a.k.a. Moscoman – a certain unpredictability and energy will always define the music he serves up. As well as having a background in indie and rock, he plays house, acid, techno, dark disco, synth, all from a more alternative angle. For that reason, he is a regular at wide-ranging but iconic places like Space in Miami, Berghain’s Panorama Bar, Glastonbury and Pacha Ibiza.

    2020 sees the release of Moscoman’s long awaited second LP.

    In the studio Moscoman has always switched up from one release to the next: raw and rugged machine disco, melodic techno and wonky house on past record labels Because, Life And Death, Greco-Roman/City Slang and his own label Disco Halal. Time Slips Away shows Moscoman stay true to his roots, while exploring new sonic textures with more direct themes. The forthcoming LP also sees him collaborate with artists Tom Teleman, Vanity Fairy, Wooze, Niki KiniandNuphar.

    Moscoman says of the album: “The best way to describe the album overall is a feeling of ‘happy sad’. It’s inspired by the highs and lows of my touring life–the amazing gigs, the shitty ones, the opportunity to see the world vs the crazy traveling schedules and lack of sleep.”

    Next to all this, Moscoman continues to focus on building his Disco Halal label. It is a place where artists like Simple Symmetry, Red Axes, Trikk and Auntie Flo have all freely expressed themselves. Like Moscoman's own approach to music, it is an unrestricted label that never fails to subvert and surprise.


    1. Time Slips Away
    2. What Do We Care Feat. Tom Sanders (Teleman)
    3. Wish I Was In Tokyo
    4. Eyes Wide Shut (feat. Wooze)
    5. Maker Breaker Faker Taker
    6. Myths Still Exist (feat. Niki Kini)
    7. Sense Of Time
    8. Turning Tides (feat. Vanity Fairy)
    9. Back And Again
    10. Natural Born Losers (feat. Wooze)
    11. Violet Candy
    12. Golden Hours (feat. Nuphar)

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