Our Crossing borders interviews series continues, highlighting Gojnea – also known as G76 – talking in depth about his new album Desert Bucharest vol.2 in an exclusive video interview where you’ll discover his approach on experimental electronic music. Just when you think you have him figured, Gojnea is the kind of artist that will switch up on you and charge off in a whole new direction.
The Bucharest-based DJ and producer quickly forged a musical path for himself through a rich spread of projects and releases, most notably rising to prominence under the G76 moniker, likewise the Gojnea alias and collaborative projects such as Locked&Loaded (alongside Zefzeed) speaking of a mind brimming with ideas to unleash.
Although most of the scene has come to know him for his dancefloor tracks and genuine mixing technique and style, one of his first discographic milestones is Desert Bucharest, an experimental – alternative album. Labeled as a personal history, the project saw its first interpretation in 2015 spread across nonetheless 33 tracks. Four years later, the second volume got released, sparkling our curiosity.
Launched at the beginning of spring, the second album is splitted in 3 sections, available to listen & buy on the artist’s page bandcamp. Expect a balanced blend between acoustic and electronic instruments, as well as a dose of field recordings along the 50 minutes departure. That being said, on our first exclusive video interview with G76, we’re tracing the roots of his ambient-experimental album. Get engaged in the conversation:
Words & interview curated by Bianca Iulia