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1. Taeyeon - Like a Star

  • Published: 2013-06-07T09:29:34Z
  • By aliseuk
Taeyeon - Like a Star

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2. Umm Kulthum - Habibi (Jarreau Vandal X Aeli Remix)

Umm Kulthum - Habibi (Jarreau Vandal X Aeli Remix)

Hoo Hoo Hoo!! Season greetings from the 264 camp, wishing everyone a blessed year ahead. Tis the season of giving, so we decided to dig into our 264 Sessions stash and share with you this great work-sound, produced at the 264 HQ studio in Dubai by @JarreauVandal with help from @Aelimusic on the keys. This was from the first of the studio session series we held earlier this year. and the result was epic. This is strictly for vibe. No intent towards any rights infringement of the original work by the Arabic Queen of Soul Umm Kulthum, bless her soul.

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3. Aeli - Guasba Lik (Daedelus Remix)

Aeli - Guasba Lik (Daedelus Remix)

Los Angeles “Beat Scene” founding father Daedeuls steps up to remix Guasba Lik, the original championed early on by LA cohort The Gaslamp Killer now enters an abrasive carnival of lofty brain dance and footwork inspired chops.

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4. Aeli - Palimpsest (Deft Remix)

Aeli - Palimpsest (Deft Remix)

Palimpsest gets the Deft touch and takes shape in a twisted new light, as the UK producer’s signature shifty production and crisp sound design envelops the piece while retaining the melancholy and mystery of the original.

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5. Aeli - Guasba Lik

Aeli - Guasba Lik

The first release on the Dubai based 264 Records arrives in the form of AELI’s “Late Future Calls”, a symbiosis of futurist beats and bass heavy sounds. Blending North African motifs with modern sound design techniques, AELI has developed something unique as he comes into his own sound. Defying modern and classic forms of hip-hop and even rock, AELI has taken a musician’s approach to the album; programming, sampling and even playing all the instruments himself, while experimenting with Tunisian spices in an effort to pay homage to his roots. Having previously worked with MCs and rappers on his first album, Ali Aloulou made a conscious shift towards working on instrumental music, free of the constraints of working with vocalists and able to express his own vision, intents and heritage through a keenly crafted and subtly chosen palette of sounds. The album takes two distinct yet cohesive paths, mirroring AELI’s moods as he went through the process of producing this album. Chapter 1 is a take on Ali’s recent infatuation with progressive, instrumental music drawing on his influences from the likes of Nine Inch Nails and The Mars Volta. Chapter 2 professes his deep love for hip-hop, where AELI brings out his experience in beat making and looping. With this release, AELI has managed to create an intricate and beautiful journey that sits comfortably both at home, on the road or on dancefloors. Artist : @aelimusic | Website: https://aelimusic.com Download here: https://aelimusik.bandcamp.com/album/late-future-calls 264-001LP

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6. Aeli - Triolism

Aeli - Triolism

The first release on the Dubai based 264 Records arrives in the form of AELI’s “Late Future Calls”, a symbiosis of futurist beats and bass heavy sounds. Blending North African motifs with modern sound design techniques, AELI has developed something unique as he comes into his own sound. Defying modern and classic forms of hip-hop and even rock, AELI has taken a musician’s approach to the album; programming, sampling and even playing all the instruments himself, while experimenting with Tunisian spices in an effort to pay homage to his roots. Having previously worked with MCs and rappers on his first album, Ali Aloulou made a conscious shift towards working on instrumental music, free of the constraints of working with vocalists and able to express his own vision, intents and heritage through a keenly crafted and subtly chosen palette of sounds. The album takes two distinct yet cohesive paths, mirroring AELI’s moods as he went through the process of producing this album. Chapter 1 is a take on Ali’s recent infatuation with progressive, instrumental music drawing on his influences from the likes of Nine Inch Nails and The Mars Volta. Chapter 2 professes his deep love for hip-hop, where AELI brings out his experience in beat making and looping. With this release, AELI has managed to create an intricate and beautiful journey that sits comfortably both at home, on the road or on dancefloors. Artist : @aelimusic | Website: https://aelimusic.com Download here: https://aelimusik.bandcamp.com/album/late-future-calls 264-001LP

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7. J.Hurt - Failure feat. AEli Download #Regression on Audiomack now !

  • Published: 2014-08-06T19:55:34Z
  • By J.Hurt
J.Hurt - Failure feat. AEli Download #Regression on Audiomack now !

Download #Regression https://www.audiomack.com/album/elephant-in-the-room-music/regression

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8. Aeli - Lot-Fi (Know V.A. Remix)

Aeli - Lot-Fi (Know V.A. Remix)

Know V.A. teleported Lot-Fi to a glassy ice planet and sculpt around the theme with fiery, chainsaw strings and neck-break drum hits - absolute killer from the Amsterdam based duo.

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9. Change The World feat. AEli (prod. Ouja Marek)

  • Published: 2012-09-23T00:10:56Z
  • By J.Hurt
Change The World feat. AEli (prod. Ouja Marek)

http://www.datpiff.com/JHurt-Elephant-In-The-Room-Presents-The-Clarity-mixtape.374367.html

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10. Yasmina

  • Published: 2017-09-12T17:23:52Z
  • By AELI
Yasmina

Just a Snack for you to eat. Wait for the main course. Click "Buy" for free download or use this link: www.toneden.io/aelimusic/post/yasmina If you really insist to pay: www.aelimusik.bandcamp.com/track/yasmina Win a Limited Edition CD with a Selection of Music produced by Aeli: www.toneden.io/aelimusic/post/yasmina-limited-edition-cd Mixing and Mastering: @soupiraille www.aelimusic.com www.facebook.com/aelimusic www.instagram.com/aelimusic www.twitter.com/aelimusic @aelimusic

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11. Aeli - Lot-Fi

Aeli - Lot-Fi

The first release on the Dubai based 264 Records arrives in the form of AELI’s “Late Future Calls”, a symbiosis of futurist beats and bass heavy sounds. Blending North African motifs with modern sound design techniques, AELI has developed something unique as he comes into his own sound. Defying modern and classic forms of hip-hop and even rock, AELI has taken a musician’s approach to the album; programming, sampling and even playing all the instruments himself, while experimenting with Tunisian spices in an effort to pay homage to his roots. Having previously worked with MCs and rappers on his first album, Ali Aloulou made a conscious shift towards working on instrumental music, free of the constraints of working with vocalists and able to express his own vision, intents and heritage through a keenly crafted and subtly chosen palette of sounds. The album takes two distinct yet cohesive paths, mirroring AELI’s moods as he went through the process of producing this album. Chapter 1 is a take on Ali’s recent infatuation with progressive, instrumental music drawing on his influences from the likes of Nine Inch Nails and The Mars Volta. Chapter 2 professes his deep love for hip-hop, where AELI brings out his experience in beat making and looping. With this release, AELI has managed to create an intricate and beautiful journey that sits comfortably both at home, on the road or on dancefloors. Artist : @aelimusic | Website: https://aelimusic.com Download here: https://aelimusik.bandcamp.com/album/late-future-calls 264-001LP

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12. Aeli - Late Future Calls Remixed [264-001LPRMX]

Aeli - Late Future Calls Remixed [264-001LPRMX]

The third release from the Dubai based 264 Records imprint brings together international and local talent to serve up heavy remixes of select cuts from AELI’s successful debut album, Late Future Calls. Focusing on diversity and fresh production approaches, Late Future Calls Remixed presents three of AELI’s pieces in alternate spaces, disparate worlds and transport the foundations of the works to a new plane of existence. Palimpsest gets the Deft touch and takes shape in a twisted new light, as the UK producer’s signature shifty production and crisp sound design envelops the piece while retaining the melancholy and mystery of the original. Los Angeles “Beat Scene” founding father Daedeuls steps up to remix Guasba Lik, the original championed early on by LA cohort The Gaslamp Killer now enters an abrasive carnival of lofty brain dance and footwork inspired chops. Dubai producer Kobra (aka Outerdub aka Moez Munshi) flexes his handle on minimalist and deep bass sounds with his sparse, skeletal grime take on Palimpsest. Know V.A. teleported Lot-Fi to a glassy ice planet and sculpt around the theme with fiery, chainsaw strings and neck-break drum hits - absolute killer from the Amsterdam based duo. Homegrown talent, Nasrawi takes Gusaba Lik to a dusty, hot, eastern village street and nonchalantly builds a killer groove around atmospheres like only he can.

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13. I Promise feat. Katori Walker (Prod. By J-Louis)

  • Published: 2014-01-16T07:22:48Z
  • By J.Hurt
I Promise feat. Katori Walker (Prod. By J-Louis)

Download the mixtape https://www.audiomack.com/album/elephant-in-the-room-music/regression

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