No shine, without friction
For Camae Ayewa, poetry, politics, music, and life are one. Armed with a musical platform under the moniker Moor Mother, she casts gut-wrenching spells of fury. For the Philadelphia-based artist, anger is not a feeling to be suppressed, it is something to be commodified. In her single After Images, released earlier this year, she kindles frustration with frantic phonetics wading through viscous noise.