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1127
Tqaseem Mqamat El Haram 2016-2019

Cairo-based artist 1127 presents Tqaseem Mqamat El Haram 2016 - 2019, a collection of really vivid sound-stuff. A narrative is carried through a whirl of exciting sound design, with a masterful use of space and density. She7tha Wel3a contributes to one track, but really this is one to experience in its totality. Released by Nashazphone.
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Alvarius B
Alvarius B vs Abdel Baqy Byro in Cairo

Alvarius B, aka the great Sun City Girl himself Alan Bishop, presents this jumbled-up collaboration with Abdel Baqy Byro (unless this person is simply an invention of Bishop, you never can tell). The city of Cairo is dripping from every pore of this record, via both field recorded snatches of city life and playful guitar sketches. Very flavoursome LP on Nashazphone.

Kleistwahr
Music for Zeitgeist Fighters

Kleistwahr is Gary Mundy, who fans of ‘extreme’ music will recognise as a crucial component of Broken Flag, Ramleh and the noise / power electronics / industrial scene in general from back in the day. With that in mind, Music For Zeitgeist Fighters is very listenable, shading almost into warm psych-drone territory at times. LP release on Nashazphone.

el-g
Mauve Zone

Enjoy the strange sounds of el-g, a veteran weirdo and member of Orgue Agnes and Opera Mort. Mauve Zone is a little difficult to describe, since it seems to morph into a new shape every few moments, sounds never solidifying beyond the point of new-born putty before altering again. But what sounds they are! Grab a scoop and enjoy! Vinyl LP on Nashazphone.

Costes
Pas Encore Mort

Wild, ridiculous, dangerous, bold artist Costes is one of a kind, performing whatever demented notions crawl into his head. He’s recorded and released over 70 albums, and this is another one. Pas Encore Mort is a fairly song-based record, with the French mutterings of Costes playing out over alternately smooth and messed-up kaleidoscope instrumentals. LP release on Nashazphone.