A dry lump had formed at the back of her throat, making it difficult to swallow. Her teeth clenched in sync with the rest of her body, the anxiety slowly creeping from her head to her toes. He took her hand and held it tightly, forcing her to focus on her breath and inhale deeply. "You can do this" he muttered under his breath, "trust me". She looked up at him and smiled then, on the count of three, she braced herself and jumped.
Following contributions from the likes of Bufi, Colossio, Kincaid and Thomass Jackson, Hanzo & Yaman welcome a new member to their Belly Dance Services label, Tel Aviv-based producer Mishell. Tempting belly dancers from near and far, he makes his debut with Mac Que, two original cuts that match heavy percussion, hypnotic chants and darbuka driven soundscapes, backedup by remixes from the label bosses and I Lost My Poncho In Istanbul boss SEYL.
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