The hidden topical work released in 2019 is repressed. A compilation of the niche scenes of the popular North African song "Chaabi" was released last year and became a hot topic. From the Egyptian cult label Nashazphone, which is also known for releases such as Sun City Girls, Smegma, Ramleh and Costes, it emerged from the underground world of contemporary Cairo electronic music such as Zuli, $$ TAG $$ and Onsy. The debut LP of 1127, an up-and-coming writer who is also enrolled in cult underground labels such as
and , is reprinted for the first time in two years. Also known as the "soundtrack to the Neil Bromkamp movie set in Cairo, Egypt in 2050," it was mutated from brutal and rhythmic power electronics to Arca "&&&&" and Croww "Prosthetics Mecha Mix." One of the most shocking and fascinating works of today's North Africa, where even the junctions blend together.