Named after the theoretical breakdown of the basic elements of conscious experience, Alfa Mist’s latest album ‘Structuralism’ is based around aconversation between Mist and his sister, discussing themes of debateculture and personal growth and is an intricate and profound glimpse into
the East London artist’s battles with self and the societal pressures that inform our own conscious experience.
‘Structuralism’ provides listeners a rare opportunity to disconnect from the
world, and to consider their very presence in time and space.
A1 - .44
A2 - Falling (Feat. Kaya Thomas-Dyke)
B1 - Mulago
B2 - Glad I Lived
C1 - Jjajja's Screen
C2 - Naiyti
D1 - Retainer
D2 - Door (Feat. Jordan Rakei)