Jamal Moss – boss of Mathematics Recordings, and one of the most important figures in the current vogue for ultra lo-fi house and techno – is heading to Europe.
Moss has stacks of aliases – see The Sun God, IAMTHATIAM or I.B.M – but he’s mainly heralded for his scuffed, endlessly inventive work as Hieroglyphic Being. Taking his cues from Ron Hardy, he’s a revelation behind the decks – spinning records backwards, allowing time signatures to concertina, tilting without warning from brutal techno to vintage soul.
Moss will play a host of dates across Europe, taking in stops in London, Manchester, Sheffield and Glasgow. Dates in Paris, Frankfurt and Heidelberg have also been confirmed.
March 15 – Kenzo, Frankfurt
March 16 – Klub_K, Heidelberg
March 17 – Concrete, Paris
March 19 – L’Espace B, Paris
March 22 – Future Everything Festival, Manchester
March 23 – Basing House, London
March 29 – Bat Makumba, Sheffield
March 30 – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
March 31 – secret location, city centre, Bristol