Gallery S: The Many Hands Of God (self-released, 2021)

February 13, 2021 at 2:19 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Gallery S: The Many Hands Of God

MoMA Ready debuted his Gallery S project early last year with an eclectic album of breaks, house, and hardcore which instantly ranked with his best work. The project’s newest album is possibly even better, with a greater emphasis on euphoric jungle that seems to conceal some inner darkness and loneliness. Swift and choppy but natural-sounding breakbeats and smooth builds, sighing pads, mysterious vocal samples. It gets rougher during the second half, which is where it starts hitting me that this is the best album I’ve heard so far this year. Super intelligent, kind of mystical without going too deep, truly inspired but also just easily enjoyable as a collection of fresh jungle tracks.

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