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Adham Shaikh
Early Works 1992 - 1994

Early Works 1992 - 1994
Early Works 1992 - 1994Early Works 1992 - 1994Early Works 1992 - 1994Early Works 1992 - 1994Early Works 1992 - 1994Early Works 1992 - 1994


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2x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM Compilation Limited Edition Stereo



Release date

Jan 19, 2022

Adham Shaikh - Le Discopathe - Montpellier

On behalf of re:discovery records, it is with great excitement that we announce the Adham Shaikh compilation titled 'Early Works 92-94'.

Adham Shaikh is a treasured ambient, dub and keyboardist artist out of Vancouver Canada who's early to mid-90's tracks found their way to seminal labels like Instinct, Dossier, Interchill and his own label Modulation Elektronik.

This collection represents a choice selection of key early works that begins with 'Ascend', whose spacey dub atmosphere is one of the 1990's hidden ambient dub gems. 'Vapor' complete's the a-side with its other-wordly trip into organic and spatial dub ambience. The b-side features the 16+ minute magnificent ethereal odyssey 'Windgate 11:11', that has been a fan favourite for over 25 years now. The 22-minute peak track named 'Oberon (Greymatter) that spreads across the C side was taken from his debut EP 'Realignment' of his Modulation Elektronik label in 1993. Perhaps the most proto-techno track on here, it is prime example of the freeform expression of the time in ambient dub. The last track featured here is one that shares the same title; Adham Shaikh's most revered and most beloved album 'Journey to the Sun'.

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11:11 Windgate






Journey To The Sun


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