Kutiman Vinyl, CD & tapes by Kutiman at Norman Records

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Based upon field recordings from the titular area of Tanzania of local musicians in 2014 and then built up from his home studio, Wachaga is a long-awaited album from Israeli musician Ophir Kutiel, a.k.a. Kutiman. The rhythm patterns, chants and repetitive passages provide a platform for Kutiman’s psychedelic explorations. 
  • Vinyl LP (SYL011SP)
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  • Coloured vinyl
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Saluf / Badawee

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Sakla Beni (featuring Melike Sahin)

Kutiman’s new single ‘Sakla Beni’ is a collaboration with Turkish singer Melike Şahin. This track is a righteous bit of psychedelic neo-soul, one that mixes together a thick fuzz-funk bassline, slow stomp of a groove and Anatolian rock production. The end result is not unlike those Khruangbin fellows everyone gets so excited about. The ‘Sakla Beni’ 7” comes backed with the ‘karaoke’ version.

Kutiman feat. Ríoghnach Connolly
So Long

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Don't Hold Onto the Clouds

The multi-talented Kutiman drops a new full-length via his own Siyal Music imprint. Don’t Hold Onto the Clouds is, in the producer/instrumentalist/label-owner/animator’s own words, a record that helps him fall asleep. We can see why that’s the case - the four lengthy entries here are languid things that recall, among others, Moondog and Alice Coltrane. There’s also a clear influence of Indian classical music. It’s a dreamy LP for sure.


Kutiman does all sorts, having worked internationally with art institutions and youtube collages for years. Here he returns to recorded music, with what quickly proves to be a highly energised global groove party: 6AM has afro-funk rhythms and free-jazz tone blasts, plus all sorts of psychedelic sound detritus. It’s a colourful listen! On Siyal Music.
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Space Cassava

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