The output of strong Zanzibar genealogy and Maurice Fulton’s well-textured production make Mim Suleiman’s afro-dub-disco utterly charming. On ‘Nyuli’, Fulton captures a real summertime mood through his use of adlibbing African percussion over a P-funk reared backline of squelching bass keys and a steady drum kit; and all this with heartening vocals from Mim in her native tongue weaving throughout.
Supplied by: Esa at the STW Open Air at The Paperworks
Mim Suleiman plays Bristol on 7th November for Hi Life Hi Fi. Check the FB event for more info.