Egypt’s Limited Frequencies Asks for ‘More Self-Conflict Please’
Resembling a rising drone, the track is another eclectic, cinematic piece by the enigmatic producer.
The regional fever for abstract music continues, and by crossing ambient and drone genres to create a sound subject to personal interpretations, experimental Egyptian producer Limited Frequencies is excelling in ensuring eclecticism with each release, through juke, experimental electro, and cinematic pieces.
In his new single ‘More Self-Conflict Please’, which appears to reference his earlier release ‘More Violence Please’, the track resembles a rising drone, gradually heating as the tension increases with synth stabs, and glitching as the track goes by. Resolving itself softly and smoothly, the track then rapidly fades into oblivion.
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