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It's easy to have sympathy for the musicians performing the final set of a long evening of sound, especially if the music got started a bit later than scheduled.Cut by Tabbal's occasional guitar interventions, the duo erected a symphony of synthesized sounds ("percussion," "strings," what have you) that were arrayed, layered and shaped into a complex, cyclical, highly rhythmic work.Radiokvm and Tabbal's set capped an evening of duet performances at Metro al-Madina that ran the gamut from "longhair" to electronica.It seems some of Jernberg's vocals were also run through the circuitry of Beaini's machines, to be recorded, modulated and played back.The sounds Jernberg emitted over the course of her duet with Beaini wandered from pure musicality to mimetic gesture.
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