my lover my machine

You know, sometimes I believe that Jamal Moss is a crazy genius along the same lines as Kenny Dixon Jr.-- his releases (and back catalogue) are so consistently mind-meltingly weird, complex creatures that to simply call them 'house' or 'techno' would be doing them, and him, a great disservice. "Machines for Lovers" hovers around the 130 bpm mark, but it is more notable for its excellently-syncopated synth work, whooshing hi-frequencies, and harmonies that could easily be analyzed by a conservatory composition class. Such stellar stuff that it kind of renders one speechless-- just listen! Originally released on Spectral in 2004.

Hieroglyphic Being- Machines for Lovers

Tomorrow, some wild live music for your enjoyment.

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