The Fourth Dimensions Of A Nubian Mystic
by Hieroglyphic Being

— Released 27th October 2014 on Technicolour

It's long been documented that Jamal Moss, better known as Hieroglyphic Being has been directly influenced by Sun Ra and the legendary house music innovator Ron Hardy. These influences are clearer than usual on his forthcoming release for Photomachine's Technicolor label. Jamal's signature haze still exists, but now you can hear the experimental jazz tinges bubbling underneath the acidic synth lines. "The Fourth Dimension" is where chaos meets order, where Hieroglyphic Being, ...

It's long been documented that Jamal Moss, better known as Hieroglyphic Being has been directly influenced by Sun Ra and the legendary house music innovator Ron Hardy. These influences are clearer than usual on his forthcoming release for Photomachine's Technicolor label. Jamal's signature haze still exists, but now you can hear the experimental jazz tinges bubbling underneath the acidic synth lines. "The Fourth Dimension" is where chaos meets order, where Hieroglyphic Being, the self proclaimed Sun God chooses to shine. "Star Time" is a murkier peak time love affair with only the most faint of synth lines piercing through the darkness. Jamal has proven he's long been a purveyor of subtlety and with this release he manages to include his passion for pure and punishing techno albeit with a delicate master stroke.

The Fourth Dimensions Of A Nubian Mystic
by Hieroglyphic Being

— Released 27th October 2014 on Technicolour

Buy physical

12" (TCLR009)
£8.00
 

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MP3 (TCLRDNL009)
£1.30
 
16-bit WAV (TCLRDNL009W)
£2.10
 

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Buy digital

12" (TCLR009)
£8.00
MP3 (TCLRDNL009)
£1.30
16-bit WAV (TCLRDNL009W)
£2.10

Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    The Fourth Dimension
  2. 2
    Star Time
  3.  
    Play All (2)
  1. 1
    The Fourth Dimension
  2. 2
    Star Time
  3.  
    Play All (2)
  1. 1
    The Fourth Dimension
  2. 2
    Star Time
  3.  
    Play All (2)

It's long been documented that Jamal Moss, better known as Hieroglyphic Being has been directly influenced by Sun Ra and the legendary house music innovator Ron Hardy. These influences are clearer than usual on his forthcoming release for Photomachine's Technicolor label. Jamal's signature haze still exists, but now you can hear the experimental jazz tinges bubbling underneath the acidic synth lines.

It's long been documented that Jamal Moss, better known as Hieroglyphic Being has been directly influenced by Sun Ra and the legendary house music innovator Ron Hardy. These influences are clearer than usual on his forthcoming release for Photomachine's Technicolor label. Jamal's signature haze still exists, but now you can hear the experimental jazz tinges bubbling underneath the acidic synth lines. "The Fourth Dimension" is where chaos meets order, where Hieroglyphic Being, the self proclaimed Sun God chooses to shine. "Star Time" is a murkier peak time love affair with only the most faint of synth lines piercing through the darkness. Jamal has proven he's long been a purveyor of subtlety and with this release he manages to include his passion for pure and punishing techno albeit with a delicate master stroke.