Recorded at the Nile Project gathering in Egypt in 2016.
Hypnotic percussion, Nyatiti experiments and Nubian vocal traditions combine with drum machines and analogue synth textures for a dancefloor meeting in the shadow of the Aswan Dam.
An extended collaborative EP recorded in the Egyptian city of Aswan by Jan Schulte (aka Wolf Müller & Bufiman) with Kenyan and Egyptian musicians Kasiva Mutua, Rapasa Nyatrapasa Otieno and Adel Mekha.
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From the second I played this EP the first time, i knew i needed it on vinyl.
The rhythms are infectious, the pads are dreamy, the spoken word in the opening track is to die for.
Thanks Jura Soundsystem! furlongmusic
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Plenty of worldly deep and ethnic house with a few poke-outs of jazz and techno, this comp holds much of much-needed material for today's life. Rarely do you come across stuff that is not only enjoyable to dance to, but can also heal one's own wounds from time, especially with the excellent minimal, laidback melody Local Artist "Dreams." Matter-of-fact lyrics spoken by a gentle voice and backed by tranquil drums and organ really can melt away all stress that crops up in our days... pC