A new name to watch in the Kuduro world!
“Rough Kuduro” is his invention – a brutal, dark & sinister kind of Justice meets an Industrial Kuduro sound with experimental drums which remind us of dark techno, breakcore and, of course, Munchi’s iconic skullbass genre!
As Nazar explains…
”Rough Kuduro was to give another narrative – more politically – to our genuine music style called Kuduro. By exploring rawness and the extreme violence of the 27-year Angolan civil war.”
I’m 21 year-old Angolan and Belgian producer, London-based, with the main purpose of exploring rawness and the extreme violence of the 27-year Angolan civil war.
Angola is known musically for its Kuduro – genre created and widely celebrated to make us forget our dark and violent past. But my motivation is definitely the opposite. Since I’ve started making music, I’ve obsessively looked after ways to make us remember those dystopian years. Rough Kuduro is the result of that. I think there’s still so much to explore.
My quest is for a brutal – yet imperfect but honest – sound.
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