As a teenager, Moiré would sit in his bedroom, using his cassette recorder to capture strange, distorted noises. Eventually, he began crafting songs with a friend inspired equally by the rhythms of African music and jazz as the music of Mobb Deep and Wu-Tang Clan. Though he loved that music, he also longed to move into more dangerous sonic territory. He was encouraged when he saw Darren J. Cunningham, who records as Actress, play at a the second Brainfeeder party in London, because it solidified his belief that there was an audience for the kind of music he wanted to make. He released his debut EP, Never Sleep, on Actress’s Werkdiscs label in 2013 and, one year later, released his first full-length Shelter to instant acclaim.

Moiré to Release "BBOY 202" via Werkdiscs/Ninjatune on June 3rd

Moiré BBOY shares 202 Video

On June 3rd, London-based producer Moiré will debut BBOY 202 via Werkdiscs/Ninja Tune. Available on 12″ and digital formats, it’s the third release from the rising young producer, and to celebrate Moiré has premiered,

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