The compositions featured by arfan span a period of two to three years. During this period Arfan travelled along the routes of his own arabic & persian/samarkand ancestral routes visiting Yemen, Libya, Syria, Socotra, Afghanistan, North Pakistan and Uzbekistan; Samarkand.
"this just has something really cool about it all the way though."
"sculptural Electronica of the higest calibre. Mixing up more traditional downbeat, Boards-esque sounds with incredibly dense and beautiful soundscapes the end result is listenable, deep and very fertile indeed."
"a very pleasing Middle Eastern / Arabic influence throughout several of the tracks that makes them even more evocative. Bit of a winner all round really. Highly recommended."
"an impressive journey through wonderfully lush sound structures and cinematic soundscapes."
"Rai collects impressive sonic vignettes and carefully applies layer after layer of sound and melody to maintain the balance between the structural intricacy of his work and the impact created by his fluid melodies."
"The general aspect of this EP is downbeat and peaceful, and tracks such as the impressive Lament Halves, the incredibly detailed Badshahi or 570 A.D contribute to this EP being the most impressive release from Rednetic yet."
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"Badshahi is set in down-tempo mode and features tracks based on stunning soundscapes and atmosphere."
"This album comes highly recommended and you should investigate it now!
Read the review at www.resurface.se (Electronic Desert Archive)
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