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Yalla Es-Sawt (Nawa Recordings 2015)

   Arabic Alternative of the blending jazzy blessed off Darwish sounds of enchantments and closer to Sufism directing modern rootsy on Bluesy Rock and Indie Rock experimental sessions made by Alif - the group of these Beirut’s lesser known local musicians with the collective rhythmic riches tempos and instrumentation towards Avant-Garde; intense labyrinth forefront independent Arab World music featuring Khyam Allami on oud, Tamer Abu Ghazaleh on vocals/buzuq, Bashar Farran the bass player to Khaled Yassine the drummer/percussion and Maurice Louca the excellent keyboardist/synth-master in the making of the bird’s nest and daily living possession added over the album entitled Aynama-Rtama challenging the entire audiences to focused more on these Lebanese indie band telling you about their heritage folklore and shared visions over the tracks of local wisdom by language and chants through Dars Min Kama Sutra (Lesson from Kama Sutra), Al-Juththa (The Corpse), I’Tiraf (Confession), All-Khutba Al-Akhira (The last Declamation and Eish Jabkum Hon ? (What Brings You Here) as derivative, commencing people to assuring their Arabic lesson first before listening or just relaxing and let the universal power of Indie Rock compels yours to the knowledge carried below the lyrics.