AT THE HEART OF THE DESERT BLUES
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We offer you to pay with PayPal for the USB album. Just follow the link, and you purchase the album. (The account is registered on band member Mohamed El-Mobaraky).
The album is 20 Euro plus 5 euro administration and postal costs. Total 25 Euro. When we receive your transfer, we will send the album as soon as possible to your address. Push: PayPal me
video from Some of our gigs
Transform Festival Trondheim, Norway 2018
We had the honour to perform in the opening concert in Transform – World Music Festival in Trondheim, Norway 3rd of October. Enjoy our videos from the this concert. We will upload more from our Norway Tour soon
Nmdaz nirir s-assouf nanaɣ
Aẓawan nrhat nrha Tilelli
TARWA N-TINIRI – a prodigious group of six youngsters and their Desert Blues sound have given the band from Ouarzazate, Morocco increasing fans all over the world. The Desert Blues genre has a growing music interest across the globe. The iconic artists of Tinariwen have inspired the band.
The band started their musical journey together in 2012, first with a homemade guitar called Lohtar. Ever since they have participated in festivals throughout Morocco and shared their passion and love for making and performing music together. They debuted internationally in festival Transform in Norway during 2018, and later France in 2019.
They started to write their songs, fueled by a mutual interest for Desert Blues. They worked hard on their debut album, and knew the time was right to bring back the music and culture an international audience. Tarwa N-Tiniri considers a request to be asked to play in fans’ private parties and weddings, as a highest compliment.
The media say it:
Tarwa N-Tiniri is a promising band, and the future of desert blues.
(Arne Berg: NRK Radio P2 Jungeltelegrafen, Norway)
Some of the songs in their debut album “Azizdeg” are written by Amazigh poets. The lyrics are often about the social conditions of the nomadic people, but also love, friendship and peace. The band worked hard to save money, so they could be able to realize their first music video on Youtube in 2017. The song is named “Taryet”, which is until now their most watch video.
The band choose to lean into a wider array of sounds and styles, to convey a wider variety of emotions and topics, by choosing more traditional Amazigh instruments in their music. For the first time, they added banjo, tam tam, fram drum (agnza/bendir) and naqus (brake drum), something you will hear it in the debut album. They are the first band in Morocco who mixes banjo into desert blues genre. The future goals are to add also amzad (rebab), guembri and more.
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