Chicago's avant-housemeister Jamal Moss returns to his Hieroglyphic Being guise for a raw-like-sushi acid jam session. Apparently recorded in his bathroom and pressed up in a super limited run of 250 for us lucky europeans, this sh*t really couldn't get any more nasty. Titled 'an audio memoir series 1-11' the tracks on offer are 11 of the purest uncut box jams we've heard in a long time, tweaking freaked 303 lines into abstract dance shapes with a little help from his mate Roland TR-707, Mr Moss is obviously in his element. The limitations of his machines simply force him to eak out the furthest flung frequencies he can find, resulting in a psychedelic and abstract trance like effect crying out to be deciphered by fresh ears. Much like his stylistic brethren James T Cotton, Jamal Moss has a marvelously intuitive connection with his boxes and bravely continues to jack out the jams on what are now simply archaic and vintage bits of kit, yet still managing to sound fiercer and more vital than 90% of the stuff that passes for dance music these days. For the true jack heads only - absolute CLASS.