Guy J, one of the finest house producers coming out of Israel, launches his very own record label with the release of “Lost & Found.” The groove-inducing song is an elegant progressive house offering full of riveting bass lines and punchy piano play. After the success of two artist albums on John Digweed’s Bedrock Records, and now the launch of his own Lost and Found Records, Guy J is quickly becoming a stand out act to follow.
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