Moses Boyd
Boyd in 2019
Boyd in 2019
Background information
Born (1991-04-30) 30 April 1991 (age 30)[1]
Catford, London, England
Genres
Occupation(s)
InstrumentsDrums
Years active2014–present
Labels
  • Exodus
  • Gearbox
Associated acts
Websitemosesboyd.co.uk

Moses Boyd (born 30 April 1991) is a British jazz drummer, composer, record producer, bandleader and radio host. His debut solo studio album Dark Matter (2020) was nominated for the 2020 Mercury Prize.

In 2014, Boyd and saxophonist Binker Golding formed the duo Binker & Moses and released three consecutive albums, with accolades including one MOBO Award, two Jazz FM Awards and a Parliamentary Jazz Award. His self-titled jazz band Moses Boyd Exodus (also known as the Exodus), released several mixtapes in the mid-2010s and together have recorded most of Boyd's solo releases. The group consists of Theon Cross (tubist), Artie Zaitz (guitarist), Binker Golding (saxophonist) and Nathaniel Cross (trombonist).

Under his own label, Exodus Records, Boyd made his solo debut with the extended play Absolute Zero in 2017, and followed it up with Displaced Diaspora in 2018. Boyd has additionally collaborated with musicians such as Beyoncé, Little Simz, Lonnie Liston Smith, Zara McFarlane, Obongjayar, Ed Motta, Sons of Kemet, Soweto Kinch, Floating Points, Four Tet and Theon Cross.

Early life

Boyd was born and raised in the district of Catford in south London.[2][3][4] He describes himself as a "second generation West Indian" with Dominican descent from his father and Jamaican descent from his mother.[5] He attended Sedgehill School, which was where he began learning drums.[6] Boyd claims that at one point was taught drums by Bobby Worth.[7] In 2016, he graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance with a Bachelor of Music in jazz drums.[8] While at Trinity Laban, he took part of the education program Tomorrow's Warriors.[9]

Other ventures

In addition to music, Boyd was a resident host throughout 2019 on BBC Radio 1Xtra.[6][10][11] He also performed a few stints filling in for Gilles Peterson on BBC Radio 6 Music in mid 2020.[12]

Artistry and reception

Musical style

Boyd is popularly known for blending multiple genres into jazz to create various new sub-genres.[13][14][15] He has been noted to perform and write in the styles of nu-jazz,[16] and fusion,[15] additionally incorporating elements of grime,[17][18] electronica,[19][20] highlife and broken beat.[21] Boyd has described his own music as "an extension of black music, the diaspora" which draws influence from afrobeats, soca, reggae, drum and bass and jungle music.[15]

Critical reception

Boyd is known as a prominent figure within the modern London jazz scene.[22][23][20] He has been described by The Guardian as "a progenitor of the current London jazz scene",[24] and "a poster boy of the London jazz revival."[25]

Influences

Boyd has cited Miles Davis (Kind of Blue) and Dizzee Rascal (Boy in Da Corner) as major influences.[9] Boyd is closely associated with jazz personality and DJ Gilles Peterson, whom he cites as an influence in learning how to "use jazz in club culture".[18]

Discography

Studio albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
UK
Jazz

[26]
UK
Indie

[27]
UK
Breakers

[28]
SCO
[29]
Dark Matter27152

Collaborative albums

TitleDetailsPeak chart positions
UK
Jazz

[26]
UK
Indie

[27]
UK
Breakers

[28]
Safe and Sound
(as part of The Peter Edwards Trio)[30][31]
  • Released: 31 March 2014
  • Label: Self-released
  • Compact disc, digital download, streaming
Dem Ones
(as Binker & Moses)[32][33]
  • Released: 31 May 2015
  • Label: Gearbox
  • Formats: LP, digital download, streaming
A Matter of Instinct
(as part of The Peter Edwards Trio)[34][35]
  • Released: 17 June 2016
  • Label: Self-released
  • Compact disc, digital download, streaming
Journey To The Mountain Of Forever
(as Binker & Moses)[36][37]
  • Released: 2 June 2017
  • Label: Gearbox
  • Formats: LP, digital download, streaming
34211
Alive In The East?
(as Binker & Moses)[38][39]
  • Released: 22 June 2018
  • Label: Gearbox
  • Formats: LP, digital download, streaming
1517
Displaced Diaspora
(with Moses Boyd Exodus)[40][A]
  • Released: 28 September 2018
  • Label: Exodus
  • Formats: LP, digital download, streaming

Extended plays

Mixtapes

  • Footsteps Of Our Fathers (with Moses Boyd Exodus) (2015)[44][45]
  • Time and Space (with Moses Boyd Exodus) (2016)[44][46]

Singles

As lead artist

List of singles as lead artist, with year and album
TitleYearAlbum
As Moses Boyd
"Rye Lane Shuffle"[47]2016Non-album singles
"Drum Dance"[48]
"Frontline"
(featuring Kevin Haynes Grupo Elegua)[49]
2018Displaced Diaspora
"Stranger than Fiction"[50]2019Dark Matter
"Only You"[51]
"Shades of You"
(featuring Poppy Ajudha)[52]
2020
As Binker & Moses
"Intoxication from the Jahvmonisi Leaves"[53]2017Journey to the Mountain of Forever
"The Valley of the Ultra Blacks"[53]
"Trees on Fire"[53]
"Echoes from the Other Side of the Mountain"[53]
"Fete by the River"[53]Alive in the East?
"Children of the Ultra Blacks"[53]2018
"The Birth of Light"[53]
"How Land Learnt to Be Still"[53]
"The River's Tale"[53]

As featured artist

List of singles as featured artist, with year and album
TitleYearAlbum
As Moses Boyd
"Untitled"
(Mura Masa featuring Moses Boyd)[54]
2017Non-album single
"Pineapple"
(Blue Lab Beats featuring Moses Boyd and Nerija)[55]
Xover
"Drumming"
(DJ Lag featuring Moses Boyd)[56]
2018Stampit - EP
As Binker & Moses
"Village of the Sun"
(Village Of The Sun featuring Binker & Moses and Simon Ratcliffe)[57]
2020Non-album singles
"Ted"
(Village Of The Sun featuring Binker & Moses and Simon Ratcliffe)[58]

Guest appearances

TitleYearOther performer(s)Album/EP
"Mãos À Obra"[59]2016SonzeiraTam Tam Tam Reimagined
"Nana Nada"[59]
"Nós Precisamos De Você"[59]
"The Balance"[60]2018Various ArtistsWe Out Here (comp.)
"Dawn"[61]DJ KhalabBlack Noise 2084
"Black Opus"[62]Louis VI, Pete JohnsonSugar Like Salt
"Track 7-ish"[62]
"Battle" (as part of Binker & Moses)[63]2019Ashley HenryBeautiful Vinyl Hunter

Songwriting, production and performance credits

Adapted from Discogs, Tidal, and AllMusic.[64][65][66]

YearAlbumArtistTitle(s)Role
2014If You Know HerZara McFarlane"Move"Drummer
2015Stories & RhymesJasmine PowersN/ADrummer
Aspirations - EPTheon CrossN/ADrummer, mixer
AriseZara McFarlaneAll tracksComposer, percussionist, vocalist
2016Tam Tam Tam ReimaginedSonzeira"Mãos À Obra"; "Nós Precisamos De Você" and "Nana Nada"Drummer
Oscar JeromeOscar JeromeAll tracksDrummer
2017EscapeeDaniel CasimirN/ADrummer
N/AZara McFarlane"All Africa"Bassist, producer
Nubya's 5iveNubya Garcia"Fly Free"; "Contemplation" and "Free Sun"Drummer
Peace Begins WithinZara McFarlane"Peace Begins Within" (both original and reggae versions)Arranger
2018Your Queen Is a ReptileSons of Kemet"My Queen Is Harriet Tubman"; ""My Queen Is Yaa Asantewaa" and "My Queen Is Albertina Sisulu"Drummer
XoverBlue Lab Beats"Pineapple" and "Xover"Composer and producer
Starting TodayJoe Armon-Jones"Starting Today"; "Almost Went Too Far"; "Mollison Dub"; "London's Face"; "Ragify" and "Outro (Forrow)"Drummer
Where Are Your Branches?Oscar Jerome, James Massiah"Smile On A Screen"Drummer
Sugar Like SaltLouis VI"Black Opus" and "Track 7-ish"Drummer
FyahTheon Cross"Panda Village"Drummer, producer
2019The MageGreg Foat"Of My Hands"; "Endless Love" and "The Magic Radish"Drummer
N/AZara McFarlane, Dennis Bovell"East of the River Nile" (both original and alt. takes and their respective dub mixes)Drummer
KolmarMax de WardenerAll tracksDrummer
Turn to Clear ViewJoe Armon-Jones, Asheber, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Jehst, Obongjayar"Try To Walk With Me"; "Yellow Dandelion"; "The Leo & Aquarius" and "Self:Love"Drummer
Beautiful Vinyl HunterAshley Henry"Realisations" and "Battle"Drummer
The Lion King: The GiftBeyoncé, Tierra Whack, Moonchild Sanelly, Nija, Busiswa, Yemi Alade"My Power"Producer
2020Symphonie PacifiqueGreg Foat"Prelude"; "Symphonie Pacifique"; "Undulation"; "Anticipation"; "Mu"; "Yonaguni"; "Island Life"; "Nikinakinu" and "Man Vs. Machine"Drummer, composer
Morning MattersYazmin Lacey"Morning Sunrise" and "Lately (Interlude)"Producer

Awards and nominations

OrganizationYear[B]Recipient(s) and nominee(s)AwardResultRef.
AIM Independent Music Awards2020HimselfUK Breakthrough of the YearWon[67][68]
Dark MatterBest Independent AlbumNominated
Dark Matter Vinyl (Dinked Edition)Best Creative PackagingNominated
Jazz FM Awards2016Binker & MosesBreakthrough Act of the YearWon[69]
UK Jazz Act of the YearWon
2019Himself (credited for 1Xtra residency)Digital AwardNominated[70]
2020HimselfInnovator AwardNominated[71]
MOBO Awards2015Binker & MosesBest Jazz ActWon[72]
2017HimselfWon[73]
2020Pending[74]
Mercury Prize2020Dark MatterAlbum of the YearNominated[75]
Parliamentary Jazz Awards2016Binker & MosesJazz Newcomer of the YearWon[76]
PRS for Music Foundation2015HimselfSteve Reid InNOVAtion AwardWon[77]
UK Music Video Awards2020"Stranger Than Fiction"Best Alternative Video - UKNominated[78]
Worldwide Awards2016HimselfJohn Peel AwardWon[79]
2017"Rye Lane Shuffle"Track of the YearNominated[80]
Journey To The Mountain Of ForeverJazz Album of the YearNominated
2018Displaced DiasporaNominated[81]
Worshipful Company of Musicians2014HimselfJazz Young Musician MedalWon[82]

Notes

  1. ^ Boyd has received primary credit,[41] despite the album being a collaborative project.[42]
  2. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.

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