Hieroglyphic Being & The Truth Theory Trio ‎– Materialized Psychism Of The Bottomless Void

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Lick My Deck ‎– LMD018
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Limited Edition
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Vinyl Only - Limited to 500 units*

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daftcombo

daftcombo

03 aprile 2017

A-side is one of the better constructed tracks by Jamal in recent memory. Raw, saturated, with a break. Unforgettable.
B-side is classic HB material, very very nice too.
And the artwork is pretty.
eddison

eddison

01 aprile 2017

This record has been chosen as Single Of The Week at Sounds Of The Universe:

https://soundsoftheuniverse.com/mailouts/fea_4
eddison

eddison

03 marzo 2017
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This record has been chosen and included in the weekly 10 best vinyl releases feature by The Vinyl Factory

With no shortage of releases to his various monikers, keeping up with the slew of material from Jamal Moss a.k.a Hieroglyphic Being is sometimes a tricky prospect, but this is one that will certainly bring you up to speed. Joined here for the third time by the mysterious Truth Theory Trio (possibly another Moss nom de plume) both cuts here are firm exponents of the Hieroglyphic Being sound and its ability to twist out electronic momentum in complex forms.

http://thevinylfactory.com/features/10-best-vinyl-releases-week-27th-february/
eddison

eddison

25 gennaio 2017

If “Long Night of Iboga” sounds like drugs, it’s not an accident: iboga is a hallucinogenic shrub found in Central Africa. Hieroglyphic Being aka Jamal Moss, who hails from Chicago, but makes his home base in Scotland, is clearly invested in trippy music. He’s described his sound as “rhythmic cubism/synth expressionism,” and on this new single with the Truth Theory Trio (a possibly fake group...they don’t exist outside collaborations with Moss), he makes that term clearer. It means that it mostly sounds like a spiritual descendant of the ’90s rave Moss witnessed during his Chicago youth. The track takes a free jazz/experimental noise approach to techno, with Moss loosening drums and sampled horns into twisted, out-of-tune shapes, while the Truth Theory Trio (maybe!) contribute to the song’s generally fantastical vibe. For Moss, this song is a return to those rave dancefloors, a place as mind-altering as any psychotropic shrub.

by Matthew Ismael Ruiz for Pitchfork

http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/18711-hieroglyphic-being-the-truth-theory-trio-long-night-of-iboga/