Like the dopamine rush of contemporary life, "MOI" is a sonic roller coaster with a scream -if-you-wanna-go-faster urgency ; "Open Fire Hydrant" bursts out like a pressure valve spiralling onto the dancefloor, while Kaleidoscope offers cheeky anecdotes as told on a ride home soundtracked by a garage beat.
MOI is a spectrum both emotionally and musically, embedded with an underlying spirituality wrestling with existential dread, as witnessed in "Over There", "Salvation", "Kind of Blue" or the icy digital pulse of "Cold Light of Day". "Danke" featuring guest vocals from visual artist Josephine Pryde offers a slightly gothic feel, albeit of the architectural variety, while the purgatorial transmissions of "Consolatio", bring a moment of respite. "Rush" is a sensuous percussive workout before concluding on the rampaging seductive house track "Silhouette".
"Do you know who I am? Because I don’t!"