A really wonderful North African blend of acoustic colours and eclectc guitars!
It's a more developed sound than a lot of the more familiar funked up rai style.
A track like 'Semer' reminds me of the singers on Lo Jo, backed with a twangy banjo or perhaps it's the Tehardant lute (?).
Seckou Keita adds kora to a couple of tracks ('Cool Yiwen' and 'Chez Noo'), which again creates a nice different sound.
'Tahkei't' with it's violin and sweet singing has almost Celtic flavours.
And then there's a lot of help from Justin Adams - you know his stuff probably, see Tell No Lies
Oh, and course it's all topped by the wonderful vocal of Iness Mezel. At times sounding Arabic, but not in that sombre heavy way as with some Arabic singers, but also with suggestions of a sephardic style like Mor Karbasi. Some of the songs are in a Berber language, Tamazight, and maybe it's this which causes me to make what might seem like a strange comparison.
Anyway, the whole thing grooves along very pleasingly, and has been getting more infectious with each listen.