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Ultra out-there fifth-world synth pieces from the Berlin-based duo Sea Urchin here. After idiosyncratic ambient-adjacent backdrops are painted by producer Francesco Cavaliere, vocalist Leila Hassan then piles on incantatory vocals that switch between Arabic and Italian. While its sounds may draw more from library music and kosmische than Afrofuturist spiritual jazz, there is a similar air of deconstructed psychedelia between Tahtib and LPs like Ras G’s Back On The Planet or Afrikan Sciences’ Circuitous. Tahtib is another mind-expanding drop from the excellent Bokeh Versions.

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  1. 1 'aynen btetHadda' fi ba'D 4:50 Sea Urchin Buy
  2. 2 Pulviscolo Del Sonno, La Prossima Relatà 1:07 Sea Urchin Buy
  3. 3 Asa (Tahtib Tehbat) 6:11 Sea Urchin Buy
  4. 4 ginaaHein Itnein 2:22 Sea Urchin Buy
  5. 5 Mish Hata'ref tesHa? 5:42 Sea Urchin Buy
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