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Inside Part 2
Cat: NERO 055. Rel: 24 Sep 21
Deep House
Domu - "Point Of Entry" (3:48)
Hieroglyphic Being - "Black Hands Sound 63" (6:19)
Patrick Gibin & Kaidi Tatham - "Don't Read" (5:46)
EDB - "You Bring Me Joy" (feat Marsha & Alberto Lincetto) (6:03)
Review: Second chapter of the 'Inside' series of various artists eps selected by Neroli's very own Volcov. This time with a more eclectic approach than the previous volume, exploring more electronic landscapes with Domu's downtempo ambience song aptly titled 'Point Of Entry' and Jamal Moss's unmistakable sound on his opus 'Black Hands Sound 63' on the first side. On the flipside Mother Tongue's own Patrick Gibin returns with another bouncing collaboration with Kaidi Tatham entitled 'Don't Read' and new upcoming wonder producer EDB serves 'You Bring Me Joy' with the help of Alberto Lincetto on keys and NTS resident Marshmello on vocals!
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The Moon Dance
The Moon Dance (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: APNEA 104. Rel: 27 Oct 23
When The Earth's Shadow Falls On The Moon
The Moon Dance (Moon Walk version)
Lunar Mind Manipulation
Tethered 2 The Divinely Spaces With-In
Fooled By The Movement Of Heavenly Bodies
Celestial Poems Of The Lady With 10,000 Names
No Matter How Far We Are, We Can Always Share The Moon & Stars
Purple Skies With Cotton Candy
An Eternal Star Beyond The Firmament
Helium Three
Review: The inimitable Jamal Moss comes forth with his second offering for Madrid's Apnea records. 'The Moon Dance' unfurls over 11 tracks- in turns pensive, elegiac, and slammin'. Between the sedate expanse of opener 'When The Earths Shadow Falls On The Moon' and the final cymbal strokes of gauche, machine funk closer 'Mawu', Moss lifts us on yet another Afrofuturist space flight of fancy, passing through superclusters of deep house, tactile techno and stroboscopic piano jams along the way.
Standout moments include the smoove-as-u-like-it intergalactic lounge jazz diversion 'The Moondance Moon Walk Version'; its steezy stride-piano vamp seamlessly intertwining with Moss' signature babbling acid intrusions, the irresistibly groovy bump of 'Tethered 2 The Divinely Spaces With In' and the hypnotic sway of 'Celestial Poems Of The Lady With 10000 Names', which opens up from Terrence Dixon-esque introspection into broad windy city string washes and synapse-tickling bleeps. With this collection, Moss pens yet another crucial chapter in the seemingly bottomless hieroglyphic being scroll. While 'The Moon Dance' is one of his most accessible and harmonious works to date, it doesn't lose an ounce of the rawness and immediacy of his previous work. Essential listening!
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There Is No Acid In This House
There Is No Acid In This House (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SJRLP 518. Rel: 27 Oct 22
Minimal/Tech House
Communion Of The Highest Order (8:44)
We Are The Light Vessels (5:19)
When Situations Get 2 Deep (5:46)
Look Over There 9 Oclock (5:15)
Beyond The Outrage (4:31)
Frantic Moments (4:50)
Mephisto's Pulpit Of Stank (4:19)
Deconstructing The Path (4:34)
Nights Under The Nubian Sky (5:02)
Dark Acidic Organ (4:52)
Private Runner (5:08)
Let Me Know How U Really Feel (4:05)
There Is No Acid In This House (Just Emotions Rmx) (6:24)
Dogs Don't Wear Pants (4:45)
Review: Chicago extraordinaire Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being's third solo album is titled There Is No Acid In This House, and sees him return to Soul Jazz Records. Using his idiosyncratic electronic sound, Moss takes influence from the experimental minds of fellow Windy City innovators such as The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, The Art Ensemble of Chicago and Sun Ra, through to icons of his hometown's house music scene like Ron Hardy, Marshall Jefferson, Lil Louis and others who have defined Chicago's musical universe over the last half a century.
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Yellow Jackets Vol 5
Cat: YJ 005. Rel: 08 Dec 22
Deep House
Arbeid Adelt! - "Death Disco" (Marcellus Pittman Alive Disco edit) (5:30)
Hieroglyphic Being - "An Astronomical Object" (6:29)
Review: Mother Tongue's 'Yellow Jackets' series is wilfully eclectic, meaning second-guessing what will be on the next release is nigh-on impossible, but undeniably essential. Put simply, each EP in the series so far has been nigh on essential. Happily, volume five is superb too. On side A, Detroit scene stalwart Marcellus Pittman does a superb job of reworking a cult classic - Belgian outfit Arbeit Adelt's 1983 post-punk masterpiece 'Death Disco'. His resultant re-edit emphasises the track's weighty, low-slung groove, mind-mangling electronics and weirdo noises, extending the intro and outro to allow DJs to ride the mix. Over on side B, Chicagoan genius Jamal Moss dons the Hieroglyphic Being guise and offers up a sublime slab of intergalactic excellence, peppering a deep, shuffling, distorted rhythm track with spacey electronics and shimmering, star-gazing melodies.
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4 Dysfunctional Psychotic Release & Sonic Reprogramming Purposes Only
Cat: NATURAL 060. Rel: 08 Mar 23
Beau Wanzer - "The Table Scrap" (5:51)
Hieroglyphic Being - "This Is The Right Time In Human History 2 Be Stupid" (10:27)
Review: There is a ton of sonic scuzz and frosty electronic texture to both cuts on this new limited 12" from Natural Sciences. And that is frankly to be expected when you are dealing with these two artists - the long-time LIEs associate Beau Wanzer goes first with the fucked up drums and gnarly synths, wiry electronics and dark vocal mutterings of 'The Table Scrap'. On the flip is Chicago noise specialist Hieroglyphic Being with 'This Is The Right Time In Human History 2 Be Stupid.' It's a lo-fi and fuzzy world of busted drum loops and anxious synths.
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