The following is taken from The Rust’sarticleon Mura Kami:
Within the bounds of boom-bap beats, there’s so much that one can try. Producer Mura Kami likes to try it all. His beats run across a spectrum of styles, from familiar tape-delay fare to Brazilian-influenced bossa beats and phonk. It sounds as if he’s trying different production styles and finding his voice as a producer. His use of guitar samples is particularly impressive. The producer hails from Morocco on the North African coast which straddles the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean and is itself filled with influences from many different peoples and cultures. He’s been releasing music for under two years, but over 550,000 monthly listeners on Spotify attest to the appeal of his diverse instrumentals.
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