Tag Archives: Middle East

Interview: TootArd – Playing on the Borders (January 2018)

Interview: TootArd – Playing on the Borders (January 2018)

Politics is intrinsic to the Golan Heights landscape. The region, disputed by Syria and Israel since the mid-1960s, lingers in an unresolved state, which influences its people’s everyday life, culture, and music. That is why, even if you do not want to be meddled and muddled with politics, you inevitably...
Preview: Acid Arab @ Jazz Café (London, 23rd September 2017)

Preview: Acid Arab @ Jazz Café (London, 23rd September 2017)

Even though their last London gig happened almost a year ago, the venue’s dance floor is still warm and trembling. That’s because Acid Arab are not your usual DJs. The Parisian duo formed by Guido Minisky and Hervé Carvalho has instilled new life into the French dance music scene, moving...
News: Baharat – s/t [Batov Records, 24th February 2017]

News: Baharat – s/t [Batov Records, 24th February 2017]

Baharat is a name not to be taken lightly. It means ‘spices’ in Arabic, but it doesn’t refer to any one particular spice; it indicates a variety of them. It’s a flavourful and bold mixture of spices that gives a well-defined identity to a dish. Baharat – EP by Baharat That’s why, if you decide...
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