Abadir
Aphasia

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Abadir is a music producer and sound designer born in Cairo, Egypt. His work focuses on experimental, glitch and ambient music, and he's one half of the duo 0N4B. Together with the visual artists Nurah Farahat and Islam Shabana, he co-founded the audio/visual collective "Mapping Possibilities", which has been active in promoting A/V events since 2016. Abadir is also the editor of the electronic music section of the Arabic music webzine Ma3azef, where he also contributes as a writer on music theory, history, reviews and interviews.

Aphasia is a work about a dystopia where humans have lost their language and the ability to communicate. In such a world, humans’ only chance to survive is to transform themselves into cyborgs. By morphing human voices, deconstructing classical instruments, and by means of artifact, glitches and granular structures, this album captures their attempt at survival.

  1. 1 - Fla A.K.a 4:07
  2. 2 - @trition 4:42
  3. 3 - APHASIA 5:15
  4. 4 - FluX 5:34
  5. 5 - Balal 3:17

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Abadir
Aphasia

9,00

only 2 left

  1. 1 - Fla A.K.a 4:07
  2. 2 - @trition 4:42
  3. 3 - APHASIA 5:15
  4. 4 - FluX 5:34
  5. 5 - Balal 3:17

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about the cassette

Abadir is a music producer and sound designer born in Cairo, Egypt. His work focuses on experimental, glitch and ambient music, and he's one half of the duo 0N4B. Together with the visual artists Nurah Farahat and Islam Shabana, he co-founded the audio/visual collective "Mapping Possibilities", which has been active in promoting A/V events since 2016. Abadir is also the editor of the electronic music section of the Arabic music webzine Ma3azef, where he also contributes as a writer on music theory, history, reviews and interviews.

Aphasia is a work about a dystopia where humans have lost their language and the ability to communicate. In such a world, humans’ only chance to survive is to transform themselves into cyborgs. By morphing human voices, deconstructing classical instruments, and by means of artifact, glitches and granular structures, this album captures their attempt at survival.

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