It all began with a trip to Tunesia where Parisians Guido Minisky and Herve Carvalho got fascinated by the music they heard there. They started to experiment with Arabian sounds woven into contemporary electronic music. Today, their intoxicating blend of sharp Western electronic music and Eastern sounds and vocals is what Acid Arab uses to put festivals and clubs under their spell. Minisky and Carvalho have given birth to a new form of music: intense and sharp techno and house, seamlessly blended with melodies, harmonies, chants and Arabic sounds. The result is one the most exciting fusions of global electronic dance sounds that can be heard today.