More crucial Muslimgauze material is unearthed.
While Brynn Jones, aka Muslimgauze, died in 1999 of a rare blood disease, his cult compositions have found a new audience since his death. Ali Zarin is another release from the seemingly never-ending vault, and according to the Staalplaat label was found on an “undated tape”.
It’s propulsive, distorted and rhythmic stuff, underpinned with deep synth bass and laced with the usual snippets of Middle Eastern music and dialogue concerning the occupation of Palestine. Lead track ‘Ali Zarin’ is 43 minutes long, and the release has been fleshed out with a sequence of short, sharp demos.
The release is available to buy now over at Boomkat, and you can hear the opening segment below.