Paul Du Lac's Rotterdam operation Bio Rhythm present Being Hieroglyphic, a 12" replete with three brain melting cuts from the master Jamal Moss under his intermittently utilised alias The Sun God! When it comes to real Chicago house music characterised by grubby tape soaked rhythms that weave their way deep into your cerebral cortex, no one does it better than Moss, and "Maum" sets the tone here, with analogue sounds that feel far too rusted dripping over the elasticated bassline, whilst distant chords lend the track that spiritual edge. Alongside this, the title track ploughs even deeper into the mainframe, with malfunctioning vocals forming part of a liquefied groove whilst Moss goes freeform on some delightful key playing. This sense of defective machinery somehow being utilised in an effective way is also very much in evidence on the lolloping mutant dance freakery of "Molokan (Rhythm edit)."
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