Moor Mother and NAH collab on industrial “May 7th” video

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Moor Mother | photo via Bandcamp

Local experimental musician NAH is wrapping up 2016 with new records and a pair of new videos, one of which features fellow Philly artist Moor Mother. Taken from this month’s MICHAEL LP (one of three projects NAH put up on Bandcamp last week), “May 7th” has an industrial rawness that The Deli related to “a horror-movie urgency” when they picked up on the accompanying clip. That ominous feeling is compounded by the slow-mo, flickering black and white frames of the video – the camera pans across a desolate city street as Moor Mother’s Camae Defstar raps over the gritty, metallic beats.

Moor Mother had a big year of her own, releasing the acclaimed Fetish Bones LP on Don Giovanni Records, opening for Screaming Females at the First Unitarian Church, and completing a massive national tour.

Watch “May 7th” below and check out the other new releases from NAH here. NAH and Moor Mother play a local show together on January 7th with Soul Glo; more information can be found here.

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