With a mixture of blues, garage, folk, and good old-fashioned rock and roll & move crooning, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA native Hanni El Khatib worked well like a creative director for HUF prior to making a name for himself like a singer/songwriter. Having a audio that evokes the eclectic mashups and warbling tone of voice of Devendra Banhart as well as the grungy blues of Jon Spencer, Khatib produced his debut with a set of singles released on Innovative Amusement this year 2010. In 2011, Khatib opened up for Florence + the device before eventually launching his full-length debut, Will the Weapons TURN OUT. For his following record, Un Khatib teamed up with manufacturer (and Black Tips member) Dan Auerbach, who added a fresh degree of polish to his 2013 sophomore work, Mind in the Dirt. After a season of large touring, he came back in early 2015 along with his self-produced third record, Moonlight. His 4th record, Savage Moments, would end up being somewhat of the innovative breakout for Khatib. Released in early 2017, the 19-monitor record went the gamut from punk to disco to single electric guitar and was packed within a limited-edition container group of three 10″ information.