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Boomkat Product Review:
Jamal Moss kicks it wild and freaky for London’s On The Corner Records in a loosey goosey psycho-jazz-jack style
Actually Jamal’s sound is best referred to by his title of ‘Synth Expressionism/Rhythmic Cubism’, which provides a rich and broad framework for grasping the infinite intricacies and slippery psychedelic hold of his sound.
The percolated slosh of ’Rhythmic Cubism’ kicks off with what sounds like a manic fusion of the Sun Ra and DJ Rush recording at the Radiophonic Workshop, while The Spiritual or Electromagnetic Worlds’ is charged on a proper sort of tribal voodoo. The fractious breaks and pirouetting bleeps of ‘Apocrypha’ meanwhile make for one of his wildest shots of hi-tek psy-funk, and ‘The Redemption Project’ comes off like Pekka Airaksinen doing Singeli with Rian Treanor, alongside the astro-jack of ’Timbuk 2.’