Watch a Three-Hour DJ Set from Hieroglyphic Being
Captured on high-quality (albeit rather dark) video during a recent performance in Milan, a three-hour voyage with Chicago house and techno experimentalist Jamal Moss (a.k.a. Hieroglyphic Being ) behind the decks is now availbable to watch in full. Split into two parts, the extended DJ set—recorded and shared by online video hub URSSS—sees Moss spend 40 minutes warming up with a choice selection of soulful cuts before launching head first into his weirder inclinations—including eveything from the more obtuse ends of house and techno to electro, funk, and plenty more dancefloor oddities. Both parts of the man's adventurous performance can be watched below.
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