Harrga

HARRGA (‘a burn’ in the Moroccan Darija dialect) is a duo formed by producer and philosopher Miguel Prado (Nzumbe) and experimental vocalist and improviser Dali de Saint Paul (EP/64, Viridian Ensemble, Ondata Rossa, dark idl).

Their first album 'Héroïques Animaux de la Misère' (2019, Avon Terror Corps) was a critically acclaimed meditation on the horror of that which crevasses borders, with Moor Mother as guest vocalist. Since this release, the 3 artists have collaborated again; Dali appearing on 'Analog Fluids of Sonic Black Holes' (2019) and Moor Mother releasing Harrga’s track 'Urban Blues' on her own label BlackMas5 Records (2022). The collaboration is due to continue in 2023.

In the midst of the pandemic, Harrga were among the first artists released on Takuroku Label. Pushing boundaries to deliver an unusual cinematic musical drama exploring violence towards women, 'Femmes d’Intérieur' expresses  the duo's fears for those trapped behind closed doors. Harrga appeared on several international compilations, the latest one being 'Future Chorus' (2023, Hypermedium) where human and non-human voices were mixed.

Harrga have been exploring new sonic territories with Dali de Saint Paul mixing poetics and politics, using multiple languages and Miguel Prado creating singular, amorphous noise-design, they conjure a thoroughly anomalous vision of contemporary industrial music.

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