Jazz fusion Mobius Pieces hit my line this morning with their song “Moment,” which appears on their recently-released Be Real With Your Intentions project. The song, sonically, reminds me of something you’d hear from Dwele and The Roots. It’s jazzy, yes, but also has a lot of neo-soul leanings. The song seems to be about the moments people share with each other and how they can make everything else dull in comparison.
I love the vocals on this one, so much so that I checked out the parent project.
I initially came into contact with Mobius Pieces with the outro to Be Real. I liked but (since I didn’t know it was an outro) I declined posting about it because it felt sonically beautiful but a bit restrained lyrically. After placing it with the project in its entirety, I get it much more so now. The rest of the project finds the Memphis group exploring love, relationships and (as the title says) honesty (with self and with others). If you like “Moment,” I feel that Be Real With Your Intentions should also be up your alley. It’s a smooth ride, one that leads you on a path of self-discovery and acceptance just as much as it leads you on a path of good, soulful music.
Check out “Moment” above, give Be Real a listen if you like “Moment” and remember to support dope music in all its forms.