With each passing album, Moodie Black has perfected the rollout for the independent, DIY artist. KDEATH maintains a proper level of profile on social media, interacting with the masses while she and Sean toil away in the studio. As the projects come together, seeds of anticipation are woven into the normal flow of conversation. As it starts to hit the 30-45 day mark, K starts dropping visuals that open further avenues of anticipation and discussion, as the succinct ideas are intriguing enough to raise wondrous thoughts of how they will fit into the bigger picture. After dropping the stellar Jesus Bound lead single recently, Moodie Black has come with the two of the one-two punch with No Mames, a very personal and artistic statement from K that scratches the surface of her day to day experience of trying to exist as a trans, gender-fluid woman in an uptight, judgemental society. FUZZ drops this upcoming Friday, and after these tastes, I’m certainly ready to hear the full project. Like, comment and share the video, and keep your eyes on Moodie Black for the bomb drop that FUZZ will be.
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Many years ago, I played a show with Moodie Black at the now defunct Triple Crown, and I was blown away by their performance. Sean‘s love for guitar definitely shone on top of K‘s mind-blowing production, and her performances were powerful and captivating. Over the years I got to know the duo better, even toured with them, leading to a friendship between K and myself. As K made plans to grow Moodie Black and the umbrella moves she was making under Moodhouse, she began to offer deals on production, any many emcees (including myself) jumped on the opportunity. Cut to present day, and a Chief and TheDoomsdayDevice EP written by myself and produced entirely by K is in the chamber. The first single, the limit is mythic, is just a small taste of what’s in store, so definitely keep your eyes and ears open for the release of Panic Ruminations in January.
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