Na'am - Leïla EP
Label: Canal Auditif
Release date: March 5th
Canal Auditif presents two young electronic music producers, named Na’am, known for their first widely acclaimed EP 'Alyah'.
Their musical universe is a fine and rare mixture of deep-house, electronica, melodic techno and oriental inspirations, like a salute to their origins.
Pierre-Loys and Mehdi’s influences come from artists such as Bruise of Customs(US), Mind Against, Hraach, Viken Arman or Adriatic, but we can also find film atmospheres like the Dutch duet Weval and from melodic compositions of N’to, Worakls or mister Oliver Koletzki.
Rather than confine itself to a single style, Na'am experiments and cultivates a melodious crossover, as a metaphor of their personal history.
Na'am begins its collaboration with Canal Auditif in 2015, releasing its first EP 'Alyah', which means "spiritual rise" in Arabic.
This seven titles opus, included four remixes, is the opportunity for these both friends to propose a range of styles going from house, tech-house or progressive house, to indie dance or even nu-disco.
The result was very attractive and mature for a fine debut and gains support from Namito, Rosenfeld (Systematic), Justin Robertson, Aquarius Heaven, John Digweed, Eelke Kleijn, Dusty Kid, Marc Roberts (Snowbombing), Arjun Vagale, Arno (Booka Shade), Wally Lopez, Guy J, Marc Marzenit, Nicolas Masseyeff, Guy Gerber, Nick Warren and Oliver Schories .
In this spiritual rise, what makes unmistakably the charm of Na' am, is especially the mixture of a cold and so ardent atmosphere.
Those tones so distant, resonate in our ears in such a natural and familiar way.
The duet tries hard to create a music which absorbs us and change us, not quite as the same as we were previously.
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