August 2, 2016 by DJ Elroy
Global Underground has been a cornerstone of the electronic dance music community for two decades, but their Nubreed spin-off label dedicated to spotlighting budding artists around the globe has been noticeably silent. In the beginning we were introduced by Nubreed to future favorites like Anthony Pappa, Danny Howells, Lee Burridge, and more, with the most recent being 2009’s critically-acclaimed work featuring Sultan. Even so, it’s been seven years since anyone has seen a fresh Nubreed DJ mix, and I’d long given up on the possibility of adding another, newer, treasure to my collection. The gods of rhythm, however, must have decided that 2016 was the year to send a prophet to usher in a new era and save the music from itself. Although Iranian DJ/producer Habischman has been bangin’ away for years behind the decks and has had a string of underground hits on sundry labels, his name isn’t well known outside of DJ circles.
But with Nubreed 9, all that is about to change.
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