24 Kitchen Street [Liverpool]
|Date:||23rd March 2019|
|Location:||24 Kitchen Street|
|Address:||24 Kitchen Street Liverpool|
Yes, you read the title right. No, your eyes do not deceive you.
Consisting of Guido Minisky, Hervé Carvalho, Pierrot Casanova, Nicolas Borne & Kenzy Bourras working on the keyboards. If you’re unfamiliar with Acid Arab, here is a short bio to help you understand what it is you’d be missing.
“We are fascinated by eastern music and its codes, such as complex rhythmic structures (binary and ternary superimposing upon each other), which drive dancers to trance just like acid house does. We’d like to take these codes and use analog techno devices (beatboxes, bassline machines) to create something new : an oriental acid music which combines the coldness of techno and the emotional and dramatic power of the East. Our knowledge of the dancefloor is now digested and we have spent night after night digging records and files to know more about arabic music. We don’t want to be standardbearers of mixing whatever, we just want to be of our days. talking about mixing means there’s a split, a binary vision of an occidental vs oriental world – this is has-been. We don’t paste oriental sounds on occidental beats, we want to embody both cultures without pretending to reinvent oriental music or fooling ourselves by believing we’re inventing eastern dance music. We just want to be part of it, and contribute to this brilliant and enormous masterpiece that this music is, and has been for thousands of years.”
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