Spacious and peaceful, gentle Amazigh production from one of the big groups in this style. Banjo, reverb, delay, more reverb, more delay, and those hard-panned drum machines.[audio:Oudaden – Track 03.mp3]
i’ve been jamming to this song for awhile, thinking it was something completely different… turns out I nabbed it from Awesome Tapes. Full k7 here.
Oudaden neglects what appears to be their own blog(s), and some fans
neglect kindly maintain what appear to be Oudaden fan blog(s).
It’s interesting to think about the decay of online information – from dead links slowly cutting apart our little connective webs to fierce new spam algorhythms quietly gumming up the sites you visit – or mimicing them. Some hacker specializing in legacy databases breaks into your old WordPress admin board and replaces everything with links to discount pharmaceuticals. 10 years from now? 5? How do the InterNests age?
as we think about degraded webs (allegedly spiders on benzedrine but i’m skeptical)…
let’s listen to more peaceful Moroccan music: faraway-sounding Maalem Mahmoud Gania, also twelve minutes long, as long as it needs to be.[audio:MahmoudGania_Essaouira.mp3]