Cosmic, slightly scratchy, the singular voice of Moses Sumney gets its hooks into you from the first notes. This artist, who has worked with David Byrne, Solange, Sufjan Stevens, and James Blake, defies all musical categorization. Between celestial neo-soul and baroque indie-folk, this Ghanaian-American musician based in California shows a variety of influences, none of which dominate. His debut album Aromanticism reveals a new layer of meaning with each listen. Evoking his own solitude, the singer explores the social construction of romantic feelings. His airy melodies, sublimed by string arrangements, follow sinuous series of chords with a jazz feel. His chiaroscuro work is sensual, mystical, and extremely addictive.