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Babylon Is Iraq

Further discoveries from the super-extensive archives of Muslimgauze. Babylon Is Iraq presents a previously unheard extended fifteen minute version of classic 1996 compilation track ‘Kaliskinazure’, along with a different approach to some of the same territory (‘Momada’) and two shorter contemporary cuts. Great material, and great further insight into a track many Gauze fans already love.

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Shekel Of Israeli Occupation

Muslimgauze's Shekel of Israeli Occupation may at first listen seem to be an act of musical defiance from an elusive Muslim musician living in Palestine or the West Bank, but these Eastern rhythms actually came from a bloke named Bryn in Manchester. Bryn Jones never travelled to the Middle East, nor was he a Muslim, yet his musical output, now being reissued and discovered for the first time by labels such as Ultra-Mail, shows an unrivalled understanding and appreciation of the region's music.   

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Maroon

The Muslimgauze reissue train rolls on with 1995’s Maroon, another grainy dubbed-out experience in techno orientalism, importing samples of Islamic calls to prayer, among other things, into the whirlwind of Bryn Jones’ atmospheric beatscape productions. Vinyl reissue from Staalplaat, presented in hand-assembled cardboard covers.

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Minaret Speaker

The Muslimgauze project is famed for two things in particular: a very high quality of work, and a very high quantity of work. Minaret Speaker is more or less a new release (a few tracks had a 7” in 1996, but other than that, all unheard), and features his trademark digital distortion, clattering breaks, and samples sourced from the Middle East. CD on Staalplaat.

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Sulaymaniyah

Sulaymaniyah is album number 92 (yes, 92) from the very prolific ethnic electronic musician Muslimgauze, aka Bryn Jones. Originally released in 2008, nine years after his death, it was one of a number of previously unreleased recordings he’s sent to the Staalplaat label before his untimely death in 1999.

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Jerusalaam

Muslimgauze aka experimental electronic musician Bryn Jones started his musical career under the name E.G. Oblique Graph in the 1982. He used the name Muslimgauze since 1983 and recorded a ridiculous.amount of music up until his death in 1999. Jerusalaam is being released on its own for the first time but was originally released in 1998 as part of the Tandoori Dog box set.

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Iranair Inflight Magazine

Muslimgauze was the experimental electronic music project of Bryn Jones. Iranair Inflight Magazine is his....wait for it...83rd album and was originally released in 2003. Jones died in 1999, but due to the sheer volume of music he recorded and sent to labels, this posthumous release date still brought forth new music. 

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Azzazin

Azzazin is the 1996 album by experimental electronic musician Muslimgauze AKA Bryn Jones. The album is an atmospheric and occasionally unsettling soundscape of drones, clicks, buzzes and beeps. It arguably shows Muslimgauze at his most efficient and focused. The album was originally released three years before his premature death at the age of 37.
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Ali Zarin

More quality material from the Muslimgauze archive, previously unreleased… until now! Ali Zarin is a hefty treat for fans of the Muslimgauze aesthetic, with tons of distorted electronics, buzzing rhythms, and heady whirls of sampled vocals and instrumentation. Double LP release from Staalplaat’s Muslimgauze Archive Series.

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Izlamic Songs

More quality material from the Muslimgauze archive, unreleased until 2013. Izlamic Songs, which was devised as a specific album by Bryn Jones during his lifetime as opposed to assembled posthumously, is rich with the Muslimgauze vocabulary of deep bass, sampled vocals and instrumentation, and digital crunch. CD release from Staalplaat’s Muslimgauze Archive Series.

Muslimgauze / Underspreche
Split

Here we have a previously unheard track from Muslimgauze, ‘Untitled 1985’. Rescued from a mid-90’s CDr, it has been polished for club playability and also treated to a bonus, rave-centric remix from Victor Shan and Gerd Janson. On the flipside, two tracks from Italian duo Underspreche, combining field recordings with lush techno. Split 12” on Optimo Trax.

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Uzbekistani Bizzare and Souk

The Muslimgauze project is famed for two things in particular: a very high quality of work, and a very high quantity of work. Uzbekistani Bizzare And Souk hasn’t been released on vinyl before, which is a shame as it represents some of the harshest work made under the moniker. Fucked-sounding beats and slices of digital noise. Nice! 500 2LP copies only, on Staalplaat.

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Deceiver Volume 3 & 4

'Deceiver' is a turning point in the career of Muslimgauze's Bryn Jones, a record that saw a change of direction in his extremely prolific output. 'Deceiver' focuses more than ever on bringing harsher noise and tougher sounds into the experimental electronic works of Muslimgauze. The 1996 record is now having its counterpart reissued, with a third and fourth volume courtesy of Staalplaat's Muslimgauze Preservation Society. This release is aesthetically similar: extremely distorted and often difficult to listen to. 'Deceiver Volume 3 & 4' is a recommended listen for fans of accessible noise experimentalists like Neil Campbell and Pharmakon. 

Muslimgauze / The Rootsman
Fuck Israel


Muslimgauze / The Rootsman
On-Line Jihad


Muslimgauze / Systemwide / Sound Secretion
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Mullah Said

The late Bryn Jones operated in a few related signature styles, and the this album represents him at his most singular and compelling. Layers of electronic beats, echoed hand percussion, and voice and instrumental samples swirl around each other in an ambient representation of political and social unrest in the Arab world. Originally released on CD in 1998 and repressed a decade later, this is the album’s first appearance on vinyl, retaining all its understated rage and brooding power.

Muslimgauze, Z'ev, Amps For Christ, Various
Post Asiatic- Lost War Dream Music


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Ingaza

This is one of the Muslimgauze collections that actually came out in the first place, being initially available as part of the Box Of Silk And Dogs box set in 1999, the year that Bryn Jone died. Ingaza is classic Muslimgauze, with distorted beats, thick bass, and vivid, looping samples from a wide variety of Middle Eastern sources. Fine and rare material, now returned to circulation by Staalplaat as part of their Muslimgauze Archive Series.
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Merzbow, Muslimgauze, Various
Untitled (Ten)


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