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Desert Heat

Desert Heat
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are 2 bands with the name Desert Heat:

1.) Desert Heat: an Arab hip hop group from the United Arab Emirates. Formed in late 2002, Desert Heat consists of two Emirati brothers Salim Dahman and Abdullah Dahman

2.) Desert Heat: a dust bowl rock trio consisting of Steve Gunn, John Truscinski and Cian Nugent.

The trio originally came together when they played a bowling alley followed by an appearance at Tusk Festival in Newcastle, UK where the trio jammed together like they had been a band for years. Part of the group's success hinges on John and Steve's rapport, honed through their releases as the Gunn-Truscinski Duo. The pair mix touches of folk, psych, raga, and rock into hypnotic pieces that straddle the line between improvisation and songcraft over two excellent albums released on Three Lobed Records. Cian Nugent, the prodigal Irish acoustic guitarist joins the duo as Desert Heat bringing his amalgam of suburban/coastal blues, 1960s & ’70s singer-songwriters, psychedelia, 20th century composition and the Takoma school stylings into the mix.
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