#FBF: 10 iconic Lost&Found releases ahead of the label’s Detroit showcase
2012 marked the year that Guy J left the Bedrock nest to form his own label, Lost&Found. It’s since become one of the top labels within the progressive arena, with its owner and his colleagues showing impressive curation skills through their choice of artists to work with. The label only continues to grow in this regard thanks to its keen tap on forward-thinking music and its fervent fan base that grows by the day.
Lost&Found is nearing its sixth birthday, and Guy J is currently on a brief jaunt to North America. He’ll be stopping my Detroit during Movement Weekend to host an afterparty of his own: a label showcase. He’s brought his friends Khen, Eagles&Butterflies, and more in tow, making for a night of quality and highly melodic music.
As he kicks off his North American adventure and prepares for his label’s historic day, we thought it a perfect time to share some of our favorite releases on Lost&Found. It’s all things ethereal, sentimental, and hypnotic.
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1. AMbaassador – The Fade (Guy J Remix)
2. Redwood – Brian Cid
3. Guardian – Cid Inc.
4. Ego Tripping – Pedro Aguilar
5. Modular Memories (Guy Mantzur Remix) – Blusol
6. Indian Stories – Visnadi & Matteo Bruscagin
7. Sahar Z & Navar Temporary Sanity (Guy J Remix)
8. Khen & Guy Mantzur Ft Kamila – Children With No Name
9. Airborne – Guy J
10. Helena – Roy Rosenfeld