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I Can't Satisfy You

by NHOAH

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On ‘I Can’t Satisfy You’ NHOAH layers his idiosyncratic techno style with vocal samples in the style of an evangelical preaching sermon. To preach to a congregation is the intent that it might impact the listener; to move the lost to be saved and to motivate mankind to greater love for one another. So too does music affect us, moving us both physically and emotionally, uniting us beyond the shackles of creed or colour. ‘I Can’t Satisfy You’ is an immersive journey through the psyche, yet another example of NHOAH’s grasp of his genre, and of his willingness to push its boundaries.

Speaking of ‘I Can’t Satisfy You’, NHOAH gives his insight: “Techno and preaching have one thing in common. The constant repetition of intense patterns casts a spell over the listener. The sound of the music and words elicit certain feelings. I love to work on this kind of music, to pass on to people parts of my experiences, and see how it waves over the dancefloor. When I play my music on stage, I am a listener and dancer in the audience as well. To evoke emotions and share a subconscious level with the listener is a wonderful thing. ‘I Can`t Satisfy You’ is directed to the inner self, the one with a twinkle in its eye. The track is my attempt to intensify the music by using certain words. I hope it will give you something new, or at least something you want to experience once more.”

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released May 17, 2019

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NHOAH Berlin, Germany

Berlin based producer, composer, mixing engineer and Dj.

“Every track on West Berlin is more enjoyable than anything in the current UK Top 50 (except maybe Dua Lipa’s “New Rules” and that Stormzy one)." - The Arts Desk

“Melodic, endlessly inventive techno, NHOAH leaves plenty of space in his work, space that other producers use to find their own identity.” - Clash Magazine
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