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4. BOJO BIDUAN

BOJO BIDUAN

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5. مشاري راشد العفاسي alafasy زمزم

  • Published: 2011-12-05T22:13:24Z
  • By Alafasy
مشاري راشد العفاسي alafasy زمزم

ألبوم بنات الريح 2011 مشاري راشد العفاسي

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6. my space

my space

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7. zamzam

zamzam

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8. LAS "Traveling" b/w "Omega Dub" ZamZam 35, 7" vinyl rip

LAS

With releases on Black Box, Box Clever, System - and of course firmly planted in the mighty Innamind camp of artists - ZamZam is proud to forward our first 7” from the enigmatic LAS (Love and Sound) AKA Lassi Vainionpää of Helsinki. Well-known to those that have journeyed alongside LAS during his live shows the last couple years, “Traveling" is a deep journey into the post-dubstep ether - a classic Upsetters sample rotates and swims in strange orbits around a rubbery sub and LAS’ signature conga-led percussion. Half way through the tune a 4/4 pulse takes over and the dubbing goes recursive and non-Euclidian, even while it drives that much harder. "Omega Dub" takes a turn for the darker - the darkness of space. A hollowed out lead that sounds like throat signing cyborgs navigates the craft, propelled by insistent skanks. Spectral key flourishes bloom from the beyond, and hats and snares are pushed into an ever deeper reverb void. Released mid-February, 2016. Limited to 800 copies for the world. No digital, no repress. Design & screen print by Polygon Press. Contact [email protected] for any information (including subscriptions and direct mail-order, and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to be kept in the loop!

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9. Favorites

Favorites

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11. Von D "Politricks" w/Cotti, "Poly Dub," "Ygrec Dub, "Ygrec Dub 366" Khaliphonic 07 12" vinyl blend

Von D

Jerome Meyer AKA Von D is a master craftsman, well-known for releasing dubstep and bass music since 2009. On an increasingly prolific trajectory since last year, recent 12”s on Infernal Sounds, Trojan Audio and Scotch Bonnet have signaled his renewed focus on dubwise productions. We are proud to say that Von D’s Khaliphonic debut sees him fully committing to reggae and dub - in his words, “going back to my musical roots.” “Politricks” is a masterwork, cut from the same living rock as the classic Cuss Cuss riddim, a simply huge bass and drum workout that is truly one for the ages. Politricks is an anthem for now, a call to avoid the dead-end of politics-as-usual and a warning to beware of the lies politicians tell to keep themselves in power - full of promises but changing nothing. Von D says that “working with Don Cotti was very natural,” and their easy relationship is audible - the tune fits the vocal like a glove, and Cotti’s instantly-recognizable singjay style gives even more gravitas to an already heavy track. The dub version spools out Von D’s signature saturated echoes even further, and opens up spectral chambers of reverb that shimmer and glow. The B side “Ygrec” is an equally massive tune, just as compelling if more meditative and mysterious, coming in both one drop and power-steppers mixes for maximum versatility and vibes. Both tunes and their versions feature an incredibly robust, warm, human sound - one that simply can’t come from machines alone - live drums, bass, and kete drum among other instruments maintain the tradition of live musicians in dub - to say nothing of expert desk-based mixing and deployment of live analog effects the way the elders intended. Both tunes dial in at 140 making them perfect for roots and dubstep selectors alike. Von D got his start as a drummer and engineer outside Paris, in the heady days of original jungle. Early releases on Disfigured Dubz, Hench, Boka, Black Acre and the seminal V Recordings, as well as his reggae-oriented Liquid Wicked project, cemented his reputation. Don Cotti is a prolific producer, DJ and MC with releases stretching back to 2006 on labels as varied as Bass Face, Studio Rockers, and Soul Jazz. Mastered by Lewis at Stardelta. Art & design by Polygon Press. 12" vinyl only, limited to 800 copies for the world. No digital, no repress. Ships mid-January alongside ZamZam 49.

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12. Alter Echo & E3 "Nubian Dub" Egoless Remix b/w DJ Madd Remix, Khaliphonic 05 10" vinyl rip

Alter Echo & E3

ZamZam 19, Alter Echo & E3’s “Nubian Dub” backed with “Warning Dub” was an underground hit that sold out its run of 600 copies almost instantly, and has been in constant demand ever since. It is consistently named as many completists’ top ZamZam release. Championed by selectors as diverse as The Bug, J:Kenzo, Alpha Steppa and Joe Nice, both tunes developed lives of their own, spawning remixes that we are now extremely proud to release as a pair of limited 10”s: Khaliphonic 05 (Nubian Dub Remixes) and 06 (Warning Dub Remixes). Egoless’ live dubbing of the tunes in his sets early last year morphed into heavyweight remixes of both cuts. His Nubian version is a funkdafied 140-affair with added clave, cyborg saxophone flavor, retooled low-end and a strangely uplifting mood animated by his unique sense of spatial dynamics and movement. ZamZam veteran DJ Madd brings the 85 bpm slow-jungle rockers vibrations with his signature 808 depth drops, spacious synths and tuned tablas anchoring the original atmospherics in a completely different and unexpected riddim matrix. Microphone commando Rider Shafique introduces Ishan Sound’s refix, which began life as a special for Ishan, Alter Echo, and E3, but demanded a wider release. A militant steppers of the highest order, a haunting melody floats above the pounding kick and galloping percussion while machine-gun percussion and snares cut through the miasmic swirling textures. Egoless’ Warning remix seemingly pitches the entire original tune up an octave to make room for the monstrous, swollen, lurching bass, kick & claps that has become a swaggering anthem that demands multiple reloads wherever he performs it. Raising the visual aesthetic bar once again, in-house design & print master Polygon Press blesses each 10” with a striking, complementary geometric construction, teasing 2 and 3D in and out of each other in a captivatingly original style. Screen printed by hand on heavy chip board jackets. Mastered & cut by Lewis at Stardelta, Devon, UK. Limited to 800 copies each for the world - no repress, no digital. Shipping mid-January, 2016. Now accepting direct preorders: $11.00 each + $4.00 shipping in the US up to 4 records. 2 pair limit per customer. Add $7.00 each for ZamZam 29, 30, 31, or 32. (no additional shipping charge to add ZamZams). ** Paypal to [email protected] ** Make sure to include your shipping address. Outside the US, please order/preorder from your usual stockist, as shipping internationally is ridiculously expensive for small orders. Thank you in advance & big up one and all.

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13. Souad Massi - Bima El-Taaloul سعاد ماسى - بم التعلل

  • Published: 2015-04-28T10:39:31Z
  • By iaMagued
Souad Massi - Bima El-Taaloul سعاد ماسى - بم التعلل

كلمات الاغنية من قصيدة الشاعر : ابو الطيب المتنبي

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14. كُلٌ مِنّا :")

كُلٌ مِنّا :

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15. Zamzam (Produced by Al Rajul Al Hadidi)

  • Published: 2016-02-15T01:17:54Z
  • By Chyno
Zamzam (Produced by Al Rajul Al Hadidi)

First recorded collaboration track with @al-rajul-al-hadidi Lyrics: Bro... I wet 'em with the Zamzam zeema, Going dum dum, Bong Bong when i meet 'em. Mr.Hadidi, all I need is that beat, sir. gotta panini, and I'm tryna go Ham, but can't. Mecca, Madineh, told me gotta go with beef first. Welcome to Ramadan, but they went Easter. Halleluja, Hamdillah. Now I gotta get a sharp shooter lawyer and an arms dealer. You can keep your mufti, I'm a keep my J.Dilla. No Dinars, No Riyals, I'm a keep my damn Lira. "Chyno, why you rap about money? Rap about the army, Darak Space Invading Like Atari, Politicians taking our Masari, driving their Ferraris through the city while they turn it to Jumanji." Hajji, flow dirty like the Ganges. Bless it by throwing burnt bodies all up in it so it's Godly. Life's a beach, Philippine Tsunami. Too big to raise the roof, so calmly i push it out the lobby. Hotel, Motel, Beirut Holiday Inn. Ain't the type of Hotel for you to go chill and have a Holiday in. You wanna cocktail? Here's a molotov, let the party begin. They keep us hungry till we grab their lunch. The future coming when we fast track love. Tryna shut us up we come back bang drums. Tear gas us, we get gas masked up. Bro, Trash City gets funky. Life's bitter, I'm slow sipping like it's Matté, March down the Parliament, gonna do the Dabké. Go around Martyr Square, treat it like it's Makkeh. Going Dum dum, Devil screams Red Rum. Hand on the weapon but i wonder where the gun's from. All guilty, no innocents. I'll wet 'em with this Holy flow, treat it like Zamzam. Zamzam Zeema. Life's a bitch, You either wine about her or you want Tequila, So is it a glass of Sangria or Bloody Maria? either way, we bring it back like Shari'a.

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16. Egoless feat. Tenor Youthman "Non-Immigrant Song" b/w "Non-Immigrant Dub" ZamZam 50 vinyl rip blend

Egoless feat. Tenor Youthman

There are few producers in the world of underground bass and dubwise music working today with the breadth, depth, and genre-busting powers of Ognjen Zecevic, the man called Egoless. From post-everything blasts of wonky crunch & bass, to the most sparkling, orthodox reggae, his mastery of analog and digital production, and his free-roaming imagination and intuition make every Egoless plate a special, surprising, and rewarding experience. We’ve been holding this tune for some time… we kept it back as we knew right away it was fully deserving of the #50 spot in our catalog, a release we’ve been steadily working towards for a full 5 years. It exemplifies what we have tried to build with ZamZam - a body of forward thinking heart and soul music, message music, physical music, sound system music. For "Non-Immigrant Song” the Croatian Gorgon linked with rising sing-jay star Tenor Youthman (virtually unknown outside of his native Russia when the tune was recorded). Egoless says "It was one of those moments when I received a message and some tunes from a guy in Russia, expecting the worst English ever... Oh how I was wrong, this guy blew me away with the natural organic quality of his voice and we did this tune shortly afterward.” The lyric was extremely relevant when we first heard it, but we could not have imagined how relevance would turn to urgency with the rise of anti-immigrant extremism, Brexit, Trumpism and full-blown fascist infections spreading in so many parts of the world. A plea to all those who lose touch with our humanity when we treat anyone as ‘other’ - native-born as immigrants, immigrants as refugees, refugees as less than human. As for the music… an effortlessly swinging, massive rub-a-dub riddim in classic formation. Buttery bass and thick kick hitting hard in unison. Sparse and spare. Strictly analog effects and flawless instrumentation. We asked Egoless for a truly OUT dub version to back the vocal, and he obviously didn’t disappoint - absolute desk & tape madness in the tradition of the most dub-me-crazy Ariwa or Black Ark meltdowns. We couldn’t be more thrilled with this record and this milestone arrived at through so much work and so much support from our worldwide community. ****As a special gift to celebrate ZamZam 50 we are including a full color poster documenting the art of ZamZam 01-49 folded into every copy.**** Mastered by Egoless himself, cut by Lewis at Stardelta. Released late February, 2017. Limited to 800 7" vinyl copies for the world. Design & 2-color screen print by Polygon Press. No repress, no digital.

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