Muslimgauze
Muslimgauze was the stage name of Bryn Jones (June 17, 1961 - January 14, 1999), an extremely prolific British electronic music artist, strongly influenced by everything to do with the Middle East. The name Muslimgauze was derived from the word "muslin," which is a type of gauze and, somehow, it was changed into an adjective describing the area in which he was interested. He was a staunch supporter of Hamas and the PLO, and he believed Palestine should be freed from the Israelis.
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Muslimgauze
Muslimgauze was the stage name of Bryn Jones (June 17, 1961 - January 14, 1999), an extremely prolific British electronic music artist, strongly influenced by everything to do with the Middle East. The name Muslimgauze was derived from the word "muslin," which is a type of gauze and, somehow, it was changed into an adjective describing the area in which he was interested. He was a staunch supporter of Hamas and the PLO, and he believed Palestine should be freed from the Israelis.
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Narziss & Echo (Sterion Music Remix)
We asked Sterion Music to remix one of our tracks. They turned it into a dark ambient track that sounds like it came straight out of a horror movie. more
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Betörve
A song taken from our forthcoming album "Men Who Lost Their Heads" featuring vocals by Léda Szemerédi. more
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The Passing of the Elders
PLEASE DO NOT COMMENT UNLESS YOU LISTEN TO THE WHOLE TRACK - there is too much meaningless commenting here just to get your ratios up. One day we will all become Ancestors. It saddens me that the wisdom that comes with years passes away with us. This is a small homage to those who have gone before us. This tune features Persian daf and tonbak drums, a middle eastern kaval flute, a Trossingen lyre, Pictish pipes, various synths and vocals.more
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