Machine funk melodies taking their cues from the the sci-fi stories of Philip K. Dick? That's what UK's Moire is said to have taken inspiration from, among other things (all quite dystopian), on an album described as feeling "both futuristic and strangely human." His new effort entitled No Future, it's about where we are as a society right now and living in a climate of fear, hypocrisy, inequality, and lies. The London based producer also takes aim at modern matters concerning his home turf; something that's been demonstrated by the rising cost of real estate and the steady closure of major clubs like Fabric and Plastic People. The dark and desolate future beats of "Lost You" featuring DRS' rhymes are a good example, also the dusty and deconstructed urban house of "Jupiter" (which is further mood lighting) and not to mention "Facade" a neon-lit deep house jam perfect for a late night drive through the city and featuring James Massiah's haunting insights. Be sure to check out the album's interactive mirror entitled Monolith for an even deeper vision into the album's themes.
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