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Boomkat Product Review:
Simo Cell diversifies his bonds alongside Egyptian singer and trumpeter Abdullah Miniawy in a Fourth World Bass style for Brothers From Different Mothers
Miniawy has previously lent his styles to collabs with Carl Gari for TTT and Whities (now AD93) in recent years, and now finds an ideal foil in Paris-based Simo Cell, who underlines the passionate vocals and touches of Hasselian brass with a range of speaker-smacking rhythms and textured noise.
The bookending works are perhaps most intriguing, working a sort of up-to-date spin on fourth world vibes in the lush opener, and its bitterer closer ‘Weed In The Freezer’, whereas the main body sees the two wrapped in supple club music for home play, at best in the Low Jack-esque warped dancehall of ‘Pending In The Pattern’, and what sounds like early Arabic electronics meets scorched trap drums with ‘Locked In Syndrome.’