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Fatima Al Qadiri - Brute Album

Fatima Al Qadiri - Brute Album Performer: Fatima Al Qadiri
Title: Brute
Style: Abstract, Dark Ambient, Ambient
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 2016
Country: UK & Europe
Label: Hyperdub
Catalog number: HDBCD031PROMO
Size MP3: 1786 mb
Size FLAC: 1469 mb
Rating: 4.6


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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
HDBLP031Fatima Al Qadiri Brute ‎(LP, Album)HyperdubHDBLP031UK2016
HDBCD031, HBDLP031Fatima Al Qadiri Brute ‎(CD, Album)Hyperdub, HyperdubHDBCD031, HBDLP031UK2016


Promo CD housed in PVC wallet.



Brute by Fatima Al Qadiri, released 04 March 2016 1. Endzone 2. Blood Moon 3. Breach 4. Curfew 5. Battery 6. Oubliette 8. Blows 9. Aftermath 10. Fragmentation 11. Startoucher What an amazing album, notwithstanding the great cover. I bought this about a year ago in Piccadilly records on instinct - so pleased. Now listening to Desert Strike EP which is also stunning. Brute is the second studio album of Kuwait musician Fatima Al Qadiri. A protest album inspired by events such as the 2015 Baltimore protests and the Ferguson unrest, the album regards the authoritarian power of law enforcement in the United States and the illusion of democracy existing in the western part of the world. Its cover art by Josh Kline, Babok Radboy, and Joerg Lohse is a photograph of one of the police teletubbies found in Kline's art piece Freedom, which was intended to present how. Album 2016 11 Songs. More By Fatima Al Qadiri. Shaneera - EP. Gsx Remixes. Genre-specific Xperience - EP. Listen free to Fatima Al Qadiri Brute Endzone, Blood Moon and more. 11 tracks 36:14. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Fatima Al Qadiri. Songs in album Fatima Al Qadiri - Brut 2016. Fatima Al Qadiri - Endzone. Fatima Al Qadiri - Blood Moon. Fatima Al Qadiri - Breach. Fatima Al Qadiri - Curfew. Fatima Al Qadiri - Battery. Fatima Al Qadiri - 10-34. Fatima Al Qadiri - Oubliette. Fatima Al Qadiri - Blows. Fatima Al Qadiri - Aftermath. Fatima Al Qadiri - Fragmentation. The sculpture was part of Kline's Freedom exhibit, which used a version of Al Qadiri's Star Spangled, a baleful synthetic choral track that twisted the U. national anthem, as its soundtrack. Like the Francis Scott Key composition, Brute has a Baltimore connection, in addition to one with Ferguson and the U. at large. The album I was listening to at the time was Fatima Al Qadiris Brute, a piece of music ideally suited to a time of shadowy corporate manipulation and apocalyptic political theater. Qadiri started writing Brute last year while recovering from a knee injury in Kuwait, unable to move much for more than a month. The injury coincided with the height of the horrific news cycle that included the events of Ferguson, Baltimore, and more. Reminded of the first large-scale protest she attended as a freshman in college and shaken by the. Fatima Al Qadiri returns to Hyperdub for her 2nd album Brute. Made from the perspective of her transnational experience, her new record explores the theme of authority, the relationship between police, citizens and protest worldwide, particularly of her adopted home in the United States. Musically, Brute teeters between rage and despair, manifesting in restrained percussion, sampled and processed recordings of urban protest, and the signature minor progressions that distinguish Al Qadiris body of work. Fatima Al Qadiri Arabic: فاطمة القديري, born July, 1981 is a Kuwaiti musician and conceptual artist, currently based in Berlin, Germany. She is interested in exploring the experience of war, memory, Western perceptions of other cultures, and sociocultural identity through her work. She is a member of the group Future Brown. Fatima Al Qadiri is the daughter of Mohammed Al Qadiri, a former Kuwaiti diplomat and writer, and Thuraya Al-Baqsami, an internationally acclaimed artist and writer. Her sister. Brute, 2016. Endzone, 01:51. Blood Moon, 03:31