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Moodymann is a 2014 studio album by American electronic musician Moodymann, released through KDJ. Contents.

Moodymann has uploaded a track from a new album due out on Mahogani Music in June. The track is called "Got Me Coming Back Right Now," and it features Amp Dog Knights, the band led by fellow Detroiter (and frequent collaborator) Amp Fiddler. It's also included on the B-side from his latest 12-inch, Pitch Black City Reunion, which is out now on his label KDJ. There are no other details about the LP, except that it's scheduled for release in June. Watch Resident Advisor's essay about Moodymann. Label: Mahogani Music.

Moodymann (2014) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Moodymann (2014).

Just better James Williams of Exclaim! described the production as "dark hypnotic melodies coupled with his signature chopped-up vocal tics, pulsing hardware synths and delightfully warped stories from his native home of Detroit. Will Lynch of Resident Advisor said, "nobody else makes house records as weird and rich as this.

Detroit dance music great Moodymann has announced his new album. Sinner is out June 21 via his label KDJ. Physical copies of the album have been floating around for a while now. They were sold during his set at Movement in Detroit, handed out at barbecues, and sold at a few Detroit record stores, Resident Advisor reports. The new album follows Moodymann’s 2016 DJ-Kicks mix. Read Moodymann’s Soulful Anthems Redefined Detroit Dance Music

Moodymann ‎– Moodymann. Some copies include a one of the previous KDJ 12" or an insert with a tracklist and a promo sheet about the upcoming Andres album. Rights Society: ASCAP.

Moodymann has a unique production style that sets his work apart from a whole lot of both the mainstream and the underground electronic producers, and this selft-titled album shows that very clearly. The results aren't always that effective here, but there is enough.