The Philadelphia-based producer, artist, poet and activist returns after her collaborations with DJ Haram and Zonal.
Camae Ayewa's second album covers the themes of "myth, Black mothers, vodun, quantum futurism and post-colonial street narratives" over 13 tracks and continues the artist's use of samples with "negro spirituals flipped, remixed, and recaptured," according to the press release.
Earlier this year, Moor Mother worked closely with duo The Bug and Justin Broadrick for the upcoming Zonal album. In 2018, the Philadelphia-based producer put out another collaborative release, Spa 700, as part of 700 Bliss with DJ Haram. Her debut album Fetish Bones preceded the joint project in 2016. She has since toured with the likes of Art Ensemble of Chicago, Nicole Mitchell and more.
The next month sees Moor Mother's Issue Project Room debut, where she'll perform alongside the Montreal-Beirut audiovisual duo, Jerusalem In My Heart.
Listen to "After Images."
02. Don't Die
03. After Images
04. Engineered Uncertainty
05. Master's Clock
06. Black Flight feat. Saul Williams
07. The Myth Hold Weight
08. Sonic Black Holes
11. Private Silence feat. Reef The Lost Cauze
12. Cold Case
13. Passing Of Time
Don Giovanni Records will release Analog Fluids Of Black Holes on November 8th, 2019.