A Journey Into 'Sufi-Dub' by Celt Islam




"Abdullah Hamzah aka "Celt Islam" is an English convert to Islam and a member of the northern British alternative dub/breaks outfit "Nine Invisibles " and " Analogue Fakir " . Celt-Islam uses a fusion of music from Dub/Electro/Drum and Bass and collaborates it with Islamic/world grooves to create a Dub driven dance crossover.Celt Islam creates music in quite a diverse range of styles and genres. He produces Sufi inspired Global Grooves to create a sometimes Meditative Dub that transfixes everybody who comes across it, to Electro-Dub driven Drum and Bass to satisfy the dance world. When it comes to drum and bass Celt Islam is the only Muslim artist worth mentioning. Having consistently released quality material he is never afraid to venture into new areas. Heavily influenced by the sounds of Sufi mysticism and traditional Arabic and Asian music, Celt Islam (the name being derived from his racial and religious background) is in a world of his own.."



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