Tag Archives: Syria

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...
Review: Omar Souleyman @ Koko (London, 16th March 2016)

Review: Omar Souleyman @ Koko (London, 16th March 2016)

Sometimes you can’t believe your eyes. It’s hard to explain how certain musical styles can cross physical and cultural borders and spread around the world. For instance, Omar Souleyman’s performance at Camden’s Koko (part of Convergence Festival) was just such an experience, bringing together one-thousand five-hundred people to dance for an hour to...
Preview: Omar Souleyman @ Koko (London, 16th March 2016)

Preview: Omar Souleyman @ Koko (London, 16th March 2016)

One of the reasons why we love music so much is because it helps people to deal with tragedies and sorrow through a positive and proactive approach. That’s why we can’t do anything else but push you to go to Koko on the 16th of March and get wild enjoying Omar...
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