Jamal Moss explores The Digital Afterlife
The Mathematics founder will make his debut on Rush Hour Distribution’s No ‘Label’ arm next month.
Fans of Jamal Moss never have to wait too long for a new slab of music to arrive from the Mathematics founder. In amidst the usual outpuring of 12″s and remixes, recent times have seen the wayfaring producer directly channel the spirit of Sun Ra alongside J.I.T.U. Ahn-Sahm-Buhl with memorable results on an album project for RVNG Intl, as well as team up once again with Noleian Reusse to release a debut Africans With Mainframes LP for UK label Soul Jazz. With the dust still settling on that latter album, news now arrives the Chicago resident is set to add Rush Hour Distribution’s wilfully unpredictable No ‘Label’ to the bounty of labels he has worked with over the years.
Due out next month, The Digital Afterlife is a three-track 12″ with the title cut a live recording of Jamal Moss playing at Amsterdam DIY music venue OCCII earlier this year. Complementing this, the B-side consists of two “prime Gherkins straight out the Hieroglyphic pickle jar,” with an excerpt of “Arrass (Instrumental Version)” available to stream below. The addition of Moss comes with an impending album from Belgian psychedelia exponent Bear Bones, Lay Low due on No ‘Label’ as well as new records from William Burnett’s Black Deer project and London artist Design A Wave.
Rush Hour No ‘Label’ will release The Digital Afterlife by Jamal Moss on July 20.
A1. The Digital Afterlife (Live At Occii)
B1. Arras (Instrumental Version)
B2. Akashic Energies
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