Denai Moore: Modern Dread review – hypnotic, surrealist bid for freedom

(Because Music)
Moore’s genre-blending electronic pop is an unsettling exploration of isolation and selfhood in an over-connected age

In her previous releases Elsewhere and We Used to Bloom, British-Jamaican artist Denai Moore incorporated R&B, folk and electronic influences, positioning her sound as having no boundaries. For her third album, her genre-blending tracks explore the paradoxical isolation that arises in an age when we are supposedly more connected than ever.

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