Howbeit, autumn greeting card from Fedor and Savely has continued its themes to some extent. “About the Unskilled Worker” is Moa Pillar in the broadest sense, without grated devices but with the same ideas. In essence, it is impossibly vague but very fresh bass music with completely switched off “lasers” – they are replaced by musician’s favorite ethnic instruments.
With the help of them and his own neon voodoo Moa tells the timeless stories of the ancestors and the birth of something new. Fedor Pereverzev aka Moa Pillar re-creates a rare and in fact unique mood: serious, with very considerate attitude towards the listener.
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Reminded me a lot of Oddisee's "Traveling Man" LP resembling s a coming of age album where the focus is truly on tasteful production that is very approachable but whose essence lye in specific/technical sub genres ie 2-Step/Garage or Juke). Pixelord really showed the range of his skill set with this album. Brandon Kahill