Boomkat Product Review:
Jamal Moss owns his mantle as The Worst DJ Ever with an absolutely deadly 2nd batch of The Worst Edits, tweaking out Industrial, Jazz, House, New Wave and Psych Rock nuggets in untouchable, incendiary style.
The title of Worst DJ Ever was bestowed upon Jamal by some sad pebble at a secret warehouse rave in Manchester many moons ago. In case it needs to be stated; Jamal is one of the best DJs ever, but some divvies just don’t get it. Allow it anyway ‘cos Jamal just keeps on keeping on with this return to his deeply cherished Members Only series, adding to a precious collection of percies plucked out from behind the ear of late ‘80s Chicago dance culture and treated to his special marination process for future-proofed effect.
On this session you’ll cop his re-cut of The B-52’s up in it along with a stonking take on Larry Heard & Robert Owens ‘Passion Track’ spliced with some super tight Hi-NRG bassline. There’s hyper freestyle-electro chops, strobing disco bouncers, and a very special strain of psych rock edits that we’ve not really heard from him before. The fidelity is all crud VHS and faithful to his beloved aesthetic, and if that puts off some of the club pedants, then all the better for it, as they can go whistle to some immaculately produced bobbins while heads get down.
Unmissable, u already know it.