A the title claims on This Isn't Your Typical 90's Era Techno Hieroglyphic Being brings two storming tracks that aren’t just looking back at the birth and growth of rave culture and appropriating but taking it on and using it’s tremendous freedom of creativity to unleash these free thinking techno slammers. Techno centrists beware.
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Jamal Moss is back on Technicolour following the superb ‘The Fourth Dimensions Of A Nubian Mystic’ 12” and ‘The Disco's Of Imhotep’ album. Both great records, but sadly for me the A-side of this 12” ‘This Is 4 The Rave Bangers’ doesn't quite resonate with me at this moment in time. It’s kinda a homage to/re-thinking of early 90’s rave-- a demented, wonky, circus like banger with stuttering ravey synth, albeit executed in his signature style. The chimes that come in towards the end are pretty sweet, as is the bassline. If I was actually at a party and not sat behind a computer I’d probably get off on it.
On the flipside is ‘Home 95’ which is much more palatable at the time of writing i.e the early afternoon. Much more home listening friendly than the DJ tool A-side, although it would surely go down a treat on the dancefloor. This one has all the ecstatic, mystical, magic qualities that Jamal Moss just owns -- gorgeous bleeping melodies and rough ass drums galore.
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