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Boomkat Product Review:
Impressive debut of instrumental trap orient-eering from the widely hyped Sami Baha, replete with a wicked Kuedo link-up for Planet Mu.
Originally from Istabnbul, but living in London for the last 12 months, Baha has quickly attracted a lot of attention to his Rinse FM and NTS radio shows thanks to a personalised mix of intricate trap and R&B arrangements that mirror both current Atlantan movements and the Arabesk sound of Turkey’s Ibrahim Tatlises and Muslum Gurses, with a heavy nod to DJ Screw for good measure.
Mavericks revolves six sheer, spaciously weightless sound designs; harnessing pointillist trap trills and gaseous harmonic hues divided by achingly well placed lacunæ that perfectly play with a sense of deferred gratification and lip-biting anticipation, much in the same way as Arca, Lotic or M.E.S.H - who was coincidentally one of the first people to place Baha in the wider consciousness with inclusion on his excellent Fact mix in 2014.
His night-vision-enhanced Kuedo collab, Cataphracts is a big highlight, as are the glassy trap prism of Dough and the glistening, slow-mo thizz of Tozko Paran.