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Keith Harris // September 6, 2012

Salmou Bamaar, the Western Saharan guitarist who performs as Doueh, says he’s a big Hendrix fan. And though you can’t hear much of Jimi’s style (or anyone else’s) in the distorted sandstorms whipped up on the band’s 2011 album, Zayna Jumma, Doueh does audibly share his idol’s drive to expand his instrument’s textural range, pushing the bounds of his virtuosity until it verges on chaos.

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