The Tunisian producer channels the darkish and disturbing on her debut full-length.
Tunisian techno producer Deena Abdelwahed has introduced her debut album Khonnar, which arrives French label InFiné Music on November 16.
Drawing inspiration from each North African and Middle Eastern digital music scenes, Khonnar – an untranslatable Tunisian phrase signifying issues which are darkish, disturbing and shameful – marries cavernous techno with abrasive, confrontational noise.
Whilst sustaining a comparatively low-prile as a producer, Abdelwahed has performed stay reveals and DJ units at CTM Festival and Berghain’s Saüle, in addition to for Boiler Room and Room four Resistance.
Khonnar will probably be launched on November 16 InFiné Music and is out there for pre-order now. See under for the tracklist, and take heed to ‘Klabb V2’ from her debut EP Klabb.
05. ‘Ken Skett…’
06. ‘Al Hobb Al Mouharreb’
08. ‘A Scream In The Consciousness’
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