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Talal’s early love for world music gave him a great foundation to journey into the realms of sound and rhythm. His life has included stints in Bahrain, Riyadh, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Manila, Hong Kong, Boston, Jeddah, London, and Singapore. Talal began listening to punk rock in his early teens and went on to discover bands like Cocteau Twins, Depeche Mode, Interpol, Joy Division, and Tangerine Dream to name a few. In time, his global upbringing brought him into contact with electronic dance music and it provided him a context to capture and document his perceptions of sound. He soon began to experiment with his favourite records and to mix sounds across the genres that were his early and later influences. As DJ’ing became his passion, Talal started to sequence sounds together expressing himself through daws and midi (digital audio workstations using musical instruments digital interface). Travelling around with his laptop and headphones, he continues to capture his findings and feelings of a wide world by using electronically synthesised sounds we can all identify with. He counts producers like Trentemoller, Booka Shade, John Digweed, Telefon Tel Aviv, and Guy J as some of his sound influences. Indeed, the music they and other DJ/producers continuously brought to his attention through club sets and album releases blew him away and influenced him to cast his thoughts and ideas of music into a similar musical structure. His very deep and emotive sound combining such a varied influence caught the attention of Techno Therapy Records, London, who decided Talal’s energy and musical offering would make him a perfect candidate for producing the label’s first full artist album. From relatively being unknown to being welcomed to produce a selection of sounds is a great achievement, and Talal is “really humbled to be working with Techno Therapy because its roster counts some of the best producers in the industry, and the opportunity to learn and collaborate them will be a privilege”. Techno Therapy are privileged and excited to give Talal the opportunity to bring therapy through sound to the masses of people, creating a seabed of thought for young producers expressing themselves through sound.

Talal’s debut album Patterns is released on Techno Therapy Records in Summer 2011.
Contact: talalsound@gmail.com

Talal   Talal, London , Britain (UK)

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  • 'Excerpts From Horizons' 3 tracks, 14.00 Talal on January 06, 2013 13:02

    1. 1. Peripherique 6.08 165 plays
    2. 2. Little Machine 3.48 163 plays
    3. 3. Noir 4.04 118 plays
  • Patterns by Talal LP 10 tracks, 57.24 Talal on March 16, 2011 20:44

    1. 1. Baccar 5.16 661 plays
    2. 2. Depart 5.24 460 plays
    3. 3. LA - SGP 6.14 354 plays
    4. 4. Interval 3.04 352 plays
    5. 5. Clearing 6.44 302 plays
    6. 6. Kwan Yew 4.36 312 plays
    7. 7. Riser 5.54 281 plays
    8. 8. 121 6.16 359 plays
    9. 9. Sci-Fi 6.04 506 plays
    10. 10. Sar 7.50 331 plays
  • Pre Recorded & Live DJ Mixes 19 tracks, 18.30.31 Talal on March 07, 2011 13:53

    1. 1. Brazil Lounge, Sept 20 2012, Adliya Bahrain 2.38.08 774 plays
    2. 2. Brazil 46.44 180 plays
    3. 3. Bahrain Deep House 22.53 254 plays
    4. 4. Bahrain Electronica 26.44 214 plays
    5. 5. The Brittania, 16 June 2012 1.25.28 154 plays
    6. 6. DISCOmbobulated, Horse & Groom, 2 June 2012 2.15.28 175 plays
    7. 7. April 2012 (Electronica) 35.23 392 plays
    8. 8. April 2012 (Lo-Fi) 29.36 365 plays
    9. 9. Salt House, Abbey Road, March 2012 41.01 299 plays
    10. 10. Basing House, London, 25 Feb 2012 1.29.35 514 plays
    11. 11. "Are You Ready?" w/ Talal on United Radio 27 01 2012 56.38 314 plays
    12. 12. Fall 2011 30.02 307 plays 126.0 BPM
    13. 13. October 2011 56.45 374 plays
    14. 14. Basing House, London, 15 July 2011 1.25.19 223 plays 0.0 BPM
    15. 15. End of Winter Techno 37.27 237 plays 126.0 BPM
    16. 16. 4 Days in Hong Kong 30.28 173 plays 127.0 BPM
    17. 17. Vannucci In Bahrain 48.39 318 plays
    18. 18. January 21 2010 1.09.38 41 plays
    19. 19. Thom & Dave 24.26 131 plays

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