Movulango’s debut EP, ‘Mirror in Man’, is proof that you shouldn’t put a time limit on creativity. An utterly fresh five-track musical adventure taking in psychedelic folk jams, woozy electronica and looped-up beats, it is the culmination of a five-year process for Movulango, the alter ego of 25-year-old Belgian musician and producer, Mozes Mosuse.
Emerging as a pre-teen into a musical landscape that was dominated by the likes of Justice, Daft Punk and Ed Banger Records, the young Movulango was triggered by those in-your-face, incendiary sounds. He tried to replicate them in GarageBand. He began DJing, and aged 15, alongside his musical partner Oliver Geerts (today one-half of DEEWEE acid house faves Asa Moto) he was booked to play the Dewaele’s 2manydjs parties.
“He’s one of the people that we’ve worked with the longest before his music comes out,” says Soulwax’s David Dewaele, co-founder of DEEWEE, the label releasing ‘Mirror in Man’, and the Ghent-based studio where Movulango honed his sound with the Dewaele siblings.