Angel-Ho has released a new album via NAAFI.
Out now, 'A Time To Die' follows the South African artist's 2019 debut album 'Death Becomes Her', which was released via Hyperdub.
The new release sees Angel-Ho explore a number of personal topics, from forbidden queer love to maintaining a passion for boundless self-expression. The project will also soon be accompanied by a documentary, directed by South African filmmaker Allison Swank, about surviving schizophrenia as an artist. The film stars Angel as well as their mother Valerie.
Mexico City’s OMAAR will release his debut LP, ‘Drum Temple’, via NAAFI this month.
The DJ and producer’s fourth release for the label, a crucial platform for Mexico’s thriving underground club music scene, finds him fusing the percussive sounds of dembow, tribal house, deep house, techno, UK funky, hard drum and gqom. Speaking of the album, he said: “I made a meticulous selection because I try to capture my experience and vision of some genres and musical styles.”
TYGAPAW will release their debut album, ‘Get Free’, via N.A.A.F.I on 13th November.
Next up on Mexico City collective NAAFI’s label is Miami producer NIck León with the seven-track ‘Aguacero’ EP.