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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

22 hours this month including two sessions and a special tribute to CAN

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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Hashem L Kelesh هاشم الكلش AKA Dijit ديجيت AKA H-L-K is an Egyptian artist painter, photographer, and music producer. Taking inspiration from Aphex Twin, Kelesh first began experimenting with electronic music in 2008 and settled into his niche of grinding synth cuts, frantic alarm sounds, pitched vocal samples and erratic 8-bit-reminiscent grooves compiled together as a sort of visceral walls of noise. Randomness is the essence of Kelesh’s workflow, and it seeps through into Dijit's recent scattershot productions. His vast catalogue of online releases lack comparison, showing odd progressions from rough-cut Electro and Drone, to dark ambient jigs to spoken word poetry. Occasionally you will find this special groove and a beat, and it’s infectious, but then the track will take a 180 degree turn. But the randomness doesn’t necessarily mean it is void of reason; his artistic motivations are always a representation of the conflicted community we live in.
not labeling himself as a musician, Kelesh uses Ableton and has a complete grasp over the software and an undoubtedly talented ear, demonstrated by an impromptu session after the interview where he effortlessly creates this wonderful bass melody and beat in a matter of minutes. But the essence of his musical lean remains experimental through and through; for the amateur ear his sound may well be inaccessible and too abstract, but for the his tens of thousands of SoundCloud listeners and cult following in real life, there is an emotional richness to what he does that is beginning to be respected.
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