Loading player…

فاطمة القادري (Romanization: Fatima Al Qadiri) is a Brooklyn-based composer, musician, curator and artist. Born in Senegal, Al Qadiri's exposure to the rampant misappropriation of Western subculture while growing up in Kuwait is apparent in her highly virtuosic body of work. She has performed her symphonic and plaintive baroque electronic compositions at The Kitchen, Gallery 179 and Santos Party House and has regularly…

read more

Top Tracks

Top Albums

Similar Artists


Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.

  • caralho! você é muito boaaaa <3
  • Like, cool concepts shouldn't be used as a crutch if you're going to make a music album about it.
  • disappointed by Asiatisch, was a cool ass concept that felt musically flat. I can see i'm not the only one that thinks the same
  • Yup, pretty faceless stuff.
  • album novo kero
  • no sense criticising the concept, which was a fucking cool idea. it was the execution that fell flat, pretty much zero variation in sound and a surprising lack of depth to each track. its either evidence of her limitations as a musician or evidence of her going full circle in her (by now pretty tired) exploration of shallow, empty kitsch and actually creating something that is ultimately shallow, empty kitsch
  • It really surprises me how many positive reviews Asiatisch has garnered. Hate to be a hater, but Asiatisch is a shallow record better suited to serve as weak accompaniment to an art installation rather than music you really listen to. I'm sure she is cool, but a lazy musical experiment on Orientalism does not a good record make.
  • lol @panzerese she herself said it was a journey through western imagining of china/chinese sounds. interesting concept for an album but its pretty boring & kinda just feels like a rehashing of Desert Strike, which was incredible
  • <3
  • <3

API Calls