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Draw Me a Silence Part. II

Azu Tiwaline

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1.1
Omok
Azu Tiwaline
6:35
1.2
Organ Dub Warriors
Azu Tiwaline
5:10
1.3
Luz Azul
Azu Tiwaline
5:14
1.4
Air Element
Azu Tiwaline
5:22
1.5
Izen Zaren
Azu Tiwaline
5:47
Total Playing Time    28:08
Azu Tiwaline is a new name for a new spirit: one of a producer inspired by the need to explore her origins, rooted in the Tunisian Sahara. The Call to a different sound, organic and raw, vibrating in the great spaces of the African desert where trance music resonates... Ecstatic ritual.

Her first album, Draw Me A Silence, conceived as a diptych, reveals the multiple facets of her identity. Uniting the bonds that connect Berber music, dub culture and techno hypnosis, Azu Tiwaline invites us to refocus on our senses and our nature. She knows how to use contrasts between light and the invisible, exploring the complexity of our emotions and the mystery that emanates from them, in a polyrhythmic chiaroscuro that runs through each one of her tracks, and of which we discover, as we go along, all the outlines.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – I.O.T Rec Studio Masters

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