It’s been long established on IHM that Elliot Moss is an expressive virtuoso when it comes to his skills as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, and visual artist. The New Yorker returns with a brooding lurker of a dark hypnotic opus named 99 to re-substantiate our conviction. The dub heavy, soulful glowering track carries the minimalist aesthetic and gospel inflections of James Blake, paired with the bold surging, mood intense tones of SOHN. Elliot Moss’ Boomerange EP will be out this Friday, April 28th, via Sounds Expensive. 

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