Un Mahdy Jr. can be an Algerian musician whose tense however roomy productions combine swirling dub rhythms and large bass with field recordings, snippets of radio transmissions, and components of Turkish, Algerian, and Western world African music. Delivered El-Mahdi Rezoug, the musician and his family members shifted to Istanbul, Turkey through the ’90s to be able to get away Algeria’s civil battle. Rezoug became a French-Arabic translator and proved helpful in Algeria, Burkina Faso, Turkey, and Croatia, absorbing the music of every location aswell as hip-hop and digital music from overseas. Generally located in Istanbul, he started launching dubstep-influenced audio collages in 2013, you start with full-length The Nature of Fucked Up Areas on Boomarm Country. In 2014, he collaborated with dubstep manufacturer Gantz for the monitor “Increasing,” released on the 12″ one by Deep Medi Musik. Un Mahdy Jr. released some more vinyl fabric releases that season, you start with the Raï Dubs 10″ on Boomarm Country, and accompanied by the “Last Breathing” 7″ on ZamZam Noises as well as the Gasba Dirt 12″ on Danse Noire. Then released Ghost Tapes, a dark, rainy collage of beats and discovered recordings, for the Discrepant label in 2015.