Clandestino Podcast

Meet Nuri, a musician who uses field recordings, pygmy songs and tribal drums. Not to forget drum machines and FAT bass, creating electronic dance music that he calls Afro Bass. His full name is Amine Nouri, and he grew up in Tunisia but has spent more than half of the last decade in Copenhagen. One of his influences is Stambeli, an ancient Sufi music with ecstatic and healing capacities. Stambeli was once banned in Tunisia, but was nevertheless played and became a symbol of freedom in Nuri’s homeland.
But his career didn’t begin in electronic music – Nuri started out as a drummer when he was 14, playing in various bands.

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