Review: Naduve - The Race for the Handshake - Disco Halal
Disco Halal definitely does what is says on the tin!
This Naduve release really infuses the tastes of the middle east with modern
Despite the lack of some convincing, sub-heavy kick drums and compelling,
sparkling and moving sounds, takes it out of my personal 10/10 list, the
production is next to excellent and there is a lot of musicality in all of the
tracks, with feelings ranging from the happy and playful to the dark and trippy.
Ready Set Go
Really love the initial synth that takes you right away into a world of
psychedelia to be taken over by a modulating bassline and some synth stabs
that will warm your heart and fill your woofers all accompanied by a steady
Ready Set Go (Saturn Memories Tahini Mix)
This mix takes a more light hearted approach from the original with a more
joyful feeling using chopped bassline, bendy bell-likes sounds, synth
arpeggios and some lovely not-so- electronic drum sounds.
10K From Essaouira
Twisted, dark, dubby. Fast bass hits are alternated by a double bass that will
wake up your neighbours at loud volumes, while a mix of middle eastern and
chromatic percussion paired with some Arabic sounding vocals will steadily
keep you in nowhere land.
The Race For A Handshake
After a catchy melody during the intro, the arpeggiated low synth instantly
reminds you of the italo disco days, until the flute-like solo takes your hears
will make you float into the middle eastern feeling that surrounds the whole
EP with a mix of electronic and acoustic percussion.
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