[Habibi House] Abu Ashley – Nado Heights

Abu Ashley
Nado Heights (Original Mix)

Just over a month ago we were shown somewhat of a new style called ‘Habibi House’. Abu Ashley combines minimal house techniques with a tribal taste, and a bit of an eastern flavor. We have always been a fan of tribal house, and we like stuff that really stands out against others. With minimal house, standing out isn’t this easiest thing to do, but this up-and-coming New Yorker had no problem. In our last post, we stated our hopes of this style creating a bit of a trend for Abu Ashley to continue, and our wishes were granted with “Nado Heights”!

This serene tune, “Nado Heights”, tells a bit of a story. Unfortunately this story is in a foreign language that we’re trying to translate. What we do gather though, is this tale is a peaceful one. “Nado Heights” has a very calming background frequency, that may just activate your pineal gland. If that were to happen, the strings and piano will take you on a spiritual journey, and the tom rolls will keep things moving. ¬†It’s only been slightly over a month, since Abu Ashley first put us on to his incredible style, and we’ve heard he will be back soon! So stay tuned for more spiritual house tunes like “Nado Heights”.

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[Tribal House] Abu Ashley – Asmaa

Abu Ashley
Asmaa (Original Mix)

‘Tribal House’ like this has always had a quality of bringing out my primitive roots and making me dance. This morning when I woke up there were some serious gems in my inbox. The first song I checked out had me convinced it was going to be a good day. That record was Abu Ashley’s “Asmaa”. The tribal percussion and choir¬†makes me want to rub mud on my face and go to battle against the neighbor village. I have always been addicted to minimal house like this, but haven’t been seeing as much of it lately. Let’s hope that Abu Ashley makes it somewhat of a growing trend to do songs in this style, because this track blew me away!

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