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Imarhan - Imarhan (Moscoman Remix)

by Imarhan

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One of the most exciting debut records in City Slang history is, with no doubt, that of Southern-Algerian band Imarhan.

Their unique and mesmerising blend of traditional Tuareg music, jazz, funk and rock is taking the world by storm.

On the back of their self-titled album and recent successful tour of the U.S., they now return to Europe for an extended trip. Their celebrated live shows take the hypnotic, sublime jazz, funk desert riffs to a completely new level.

Imarhan, without fail, turn every room into a celebration, a dance party.

The band's very first remix comes from Berlin based DJ and producer MOSCOMAN, the curator and owner of the notorious Disco Halal record label which rose to fame in the last two years for turning elements of Middle Eastern Dance Classics into post modern Club Hits.

Moscoman works his magic with the title track and overall anthem, “Imarhan”, turning it into an exhilarating funked up desert-disco-banger!

“Imarhan” (Moscoman Remix) is available now via Bandcamp and will soon be out on very, very limited vinyl.


released May 17, 2016


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Imarhan Tamanrasset, Algeria

Imarhan, meaning ‘the ones I care about’, started out around 2008, a loose collection of friends who began to play together. Their reflects their cultural and generational background; dry guitar riffs, pop melodies and pan-African rhythms which draw on traditional Tuareg music, African ballads and the modern pop and rock the band heard growing up. ... more


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