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Citadel
Citadel (2xLP)
Cat: AKT 19.
 
Experimental/Electronic
coming soon $33.07
Zul'm
Zul'm (2xLP with obi-strip)
Cat: AKT 18. Rel: 10 Jun 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
Fakir (8:42)
Curfew, Gaza (10:46)
Afghan Black (9:08)
Indian Summer Of Benazir Bhutto (9:04)
Teheran Via Train (8:06)
Shiva Hooka (6:30)
Teheran Via Train (Departure mix) (5:38)
Exit Afganistan (9:12)
Shiva Hooka (1000 Nights mix) (6:22)
Bhutto (radio Rabbat remix) (3:55)
 in stock $34.66
Maroon
Maroon (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MGARCHIVE VOL411. Rel: 06 Jun 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
Thimble Cups Of Urdu (6:37)
Maroon Of Gaza (7:57)
Harem Of Dogs (6:52)
Thimble Cups Of Urdu (6:07)
Blood Of Salah Jadallah (7:38)
Stars Of Golan Heights (7:24)
Review: The late great Muslimgauze is a cult figure when it comes to experimental electronic music. He made several revered records that have been reissued since his death and helped to reassert his status. Maroon is a work that like much of his output brings space, colour, depth, and illusion to sound. It is densely layered and textured and finds Bryn Jones, the Mancunian behind Muslimgauze, assaulting all the senses. From the rusty sounds and smeared voices of 'Thimble Cups Of Urdu' to the dense collage of drones, tin pot hits and obscured mutterings of 'Harem Of Dogs' this is a brilliantly idiosyncratic work.
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 in stock $27.26
Hammer & Sickle
Hammer & Sickle (limited 7")
Cat: MGARCHIVE VOL64. Rel: 16 May 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
Hammer & Sickle (5:22)
Fear Of Gadaffi (2:43)
Nettle Cloth (1:22)
Baize Tents (2:11)
Review: Early on in Muslimgauze's (Bryn Jones') career, the musician released two ultra-mysterious releases on the equally mysterious label Hessian, which some speculate might've been comprised entirely of Jones himself. Hammer & Sickle was one of these two early LPs from the faux Arabic auteur, and was notable for its distinct lack of any back cover artwork (who needs a visual stimulus when you've got such great music on board?). Though still indicative of Jones' work as Muslimgauze, superfans will note that this release sounds a little more formative than some of his later releases, owing to its lessened use of Middle Eastern instrumentation and sparser production in general. B-sider 'Fear Of Gadaffi' is the most intermittent in this regard, revelling more than anything in the simple effect of spring delay on sampled, freeform perc hits.
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 in stock $24.08
Betrayal (remastered)
Betrayal (remastered) (limited trifold red in yellow vinyl 3xLP + sticker + MP3 download code)
Cat: SONG 21LP. Rel: 22 Apr 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
Nablus (4:16)
Bloodstain (6:00)
Druse (3:16)
Bloodstain (6:57)
Druse (7:19)
Nablus (5:52)
Jaffa (6:48)
Ramallah (10:20)
Vensarka (5:32)
Jaffa (6:13)
Ramallah (11:21)
Review: Eleven miasmic, brooding tape meditations from the legendary Bryn Jones, reissued and packaged by Ukrainian label I Shall Sing Until My Land Is Free. Recorded in the immediate wake of the Oslo I accords, the album both bares Jones' stance on the peace pact and eerily predicts its aftermath, with humming, resonant drones, tinny vocal fragments and reversed percussion colliding in aural analogues of political tension, distrust and cyclicality. Overall it is an equally meditative and ominous listen, peppered with many of the hallmarks of mid-nineties Muzlimgauze productions, from swung, steppy, proto-DMZ ride cymbals, to plucked FM synth MIDI earworms, to his ever-present swathes of darkly churning string drones. Essential!
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 in stock $63.49
United States Of Islam
Cat: AKT 17. Rel: 10 Apr 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
United States Of Islams (part 1) (9:39)
Xiao (11:34)
Red Crescent (part 1) (10:03)
Muslims Of China (12:11)
Red Crescent (part 2) (10:10)
United States Of Islams (part 2) (9:26)
Red Crescent (part 3) (10:19)
Salaam Mecca (9:44)
 in stock $41.54
Intifaxa
Intifaxa (2xLP)
Cat: AKT 16LP. Rel: 15 Feb 24
 
Experimental/Electronic
Izzat (10:01)
Dheisha (10:01)
Fatah (10:15)
Khar Khodefi (9:24)
Kirghiz (6:34)
PFLP (10:09)
Ziggurat (10:07)
Fazisi (7:05)
Review: Muslimgauze's Intifaxa has previously only been released on CD and is one of a series of four double albums on the cult Australian label Extreme Music. It's another sublime example of the late experimental artist's ability to blend electronic beats and Middle Eastern influences into a unique fusion of sound that is part underground house and part psychedelic trance music. Released posthumously, the album transports listeners into a world of hypnotic rhythms, intricate percussion, and haunting melodies. The tracks are awash with modulated field recordings and tribal grooves that make for a transcendental and immersive listen all while showcasing Muslimgauze's vision and innovative approach to production.
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 in stock $42.33
Martyr Shrapnel
Martyr Shrapnel (CD + MP3 download code limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SONG 11CD. Rel: 15 Jun 23
 
Experimental/Electronic
Analog Zikr 1
Analog Zikr 2
Analog Zikr 3
Analog Zikr 4
Analog Zikr 5
Analog Zikr 6
Palestina Cache 1
Palestina Cache 2
Palestina Cache 3
Palestina Cache 4
Palestina Cache 5
Martyr Shrapnel 1
Martyr Shrapnel 2
Martyr Shrapnel 3
 in stock $14.29
Martyr Shrapnel
Martyr Shrapnel (limited 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + stickers + MP3 download code)
Cat: SONG 11LP. Rel: 14 Jun 23
 
Experimental/Electronic
Analog Zikr 1 (5:25)
Analog Zikr 2 (3:09)
Analog Zikr 3 (7:09)
Analog Zikr 4 (5:24)
Analog Zikr 5 (5:02)
Analog Zikr 6 (3:03)
Palestina Cache 1 (4:21)
Palestina Cache 2 (6:35)
Palestina Cache 3 (6:29)
Palestina Cache 4 (3:00)
Palestina Cache 5 (0:42)
Martyr Shrapnel 1 (1:47)
Martyr Shrapnel 2 (0:44)
Martyr Shrapnel 3 (4:18)
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 in stock $27.23
Eye For An Eye (reissue)
Eye For An Eye (reissue) (limited LP + 7" + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: MGARCHIVEVOL 58. Rel: 31 May 23
 
Experimental/Electronic
Eye For An Eye (part 1 - LP) (10:08)
Sub Cahra (part 2) (9:50)
Red Snow (part 2) (2:38)
Eye For An Eye (part 2) (13:47)
Dimashq Frequency (part 1) (5:24)
Red Snow (part 1) (5:46)
Sub Cahra (part 1 - 7") (6:30)
Dimashq Frequency (part 2) (7:26)
Review: Here be another posthumous release by Muslimgauze, the prolific and controversial project of the late Bryn Jones, an obsessive musician who dedicated his life to making music inspired by the struggles and conflicts of the Muslim world. Eye For An Eye was recorded in 1993, around the same time as his classic Veiled Sisters, and features a similar blend of ambient dub and tinkling, wacked-out beats. Nevertheless, its body is simply four long pieces, unfurling subtle changes in rhythm and texture over time. Be thankful for this reissue, as it originally only came out as part of Staalplaat's subscription series.
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 in stock $31.22
Khan Younis (remastered)
Cat: AKT 06LP. Rel: 10 Jan 23
 
Experimental/Electronic
Khan Younis (6:46)
Masawi Wife & Child (version) (7:28)
Khan Younis (remix) (3:21)
Khan Younis (version) (7:00)
Shiva (6:53)
Lion Of Kandahar (Excerpt) (5:05)
Review: The eternally mystical Muslimgauze was as experimental as they come. They turned out a wealth of now cult albums that still sound like very little else out there'd there has been a rather extensive reissue project in the world over the last few years. The next of their albums to get put put in remastered form across various formats is Khan Younis from back in 1993. All fused into the competing tracks that make it up are sounds from the worlds of experimental, ambient, acid house and dub to make for a truly unique listen.
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Played by: Stunty
 in stock $21.96
Farouk Enjineer
Farouk Enjineer (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AKT 05LP. Rel: 07 Mar 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
Jaalor (10:15)
Carcas Fly (5:08)
Tantric Grip (6:56)
Under Saffron (11:24)
New Iraq (5:38)
My Samitra (4:30)
Jaffa Zest (4:31)
Enjineer Farouk (5:11)
Suttee (part 1) (8:20)
Suttee (part 2) (9:27)
 in stock $35.19
Emak Bakia
Cat: VOX 57CD. Rel: 12 Jan 21
 
Experimental/Electronic
Afghans (Rev V01)
YA (Rev V01)
Missing Tibetans (Rev V01)
YA (Rev V02)
Afghans (Rev V02)
Missing Tibetans (Rev V02)
Lahra Salem (Rev V01)
YA (Rev V03)
Afghans (Rev V03)
Review: It's nice to get a new edition of Muslimgauze's 'Emia Bakia', a long out-of-print and hard to find album from 1994, because the album remains one of the most unique in the late, great producer's vast catalogue. The set's uniqueness lies in the surprising shape and focus of the rhythms that Muslimgauze utilised on the album; while as percussion-rich as ever, and often cloaked in his usual dark ambient sounds, dub-influenced basslines and Eastern exoticism, the beats are regularly far more dancefloor-focused than you'd expect. This isn't otherworldly ambient dub, but rather some mind-altering mutation of psychedelic house music that still sounds like nothing else around.
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 in stock $12.69
Return To The City Of Djinn
Cat: VIAP 6. Rel: 02 Aug 23
 
Dub
Srebrenica (3:16)
Rawalpindi (3:29)
Kabul (2:38)
Cairo (2:59)
Tabriz (2:36)
Dar Es Salaam (2:51)
Esfahan
Tuzla (3:00)
Esfahan (2:55)
Riyadh (2:20)
Tashkent (3:06)
Lahore (2:41)
Assyut (2:51)
Oran (1:55)
Pristina (2:28)
Faizabad (2:50)
Dakar (3:39)
Bradford (2:14)
Samarkand (2:58)
Essaouira (3:52)
Banja Luka (2:57)
Basra (2:16)
Kairouan (2:58)
Baku (3:30)
Review: The late great Muslimgauze has one of the most unique sounds in electronic music, even now, many year son. His fusion of the electronic and the ethnic, the experimental and the noisy is in a class of one. Return To The City Of Djinn came first back in 1999 and is the seance of two collabs between John Bolloten aka The Rootsman and Bryn Jones aka Muslimgauze. It is a mash up of The Rootsman's Into The Light and 52 Days to Timbuktu albums with added Arab cultural references from Jones. There are cut up loops, glassy effects, dub drums and well rod vocal fragments that make for an atmospheric sound track to a stroll through a busy Eastern city.
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 in stock $34.39
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