Exclusive – watch Jerzy Maczyński playing his Hieroglyphic Being collab live | Juno Daily

Watch the set from The Moth Club in full – only here

Chicago-based house experimenter Jamal Moss aka Hieroglyphic Being and saxophonist/composer/producer Jerzy Maczyński first teamed up at this year’s Dekmantel Festival in Amsterdam, creating joyous, far-sighted futurist explorations that blurred the boundaries between avant electronica and free jazz.

The pair went on to create the album Tune IN, an album set for release by Netherlands label Yeyeh on February 15, that sees their experiments spread across 12 gorgeous and unusual tracks on four sides of vinyl.

There are forays into densely layered free-jazz (‘Can U Hear The Hum’), percussion-powered rhythmic cubism (‘Breaking Open The Head’), shuffling dancefloor tone poems (‘Multidimensional Transformation’, where Hieroglyphic Being delivers a typically spiritual spoken word monologue), becalmed ambient jazz (‘The Book of Forbidden Knowledge’), expansive synth-scapes (the Tangerine Dream-do-Sun Ra style ‘The Fifth Style’), and dystopian drum machine-powered workouts (‘Searching 4 Spirituality Without Religion’).

Last month, Maczyński visited the UK to play material from the album and beyond at a handful of intimate shows – and he’s kindly given Juno Daily readers a experience to experience the entire set from |East London’s Moth Club in full right here.

Click here to pre-order your copy of Tune IN