A first-hand account of coming across the music of Tunisian artist Badiaa Bouhrizi.
The turmoil of the past year has produced its own mawkish soundtrack, a genre of music rather grandiosely called “operettas”.
Classic stylings inform the latest episode of the Dandin Show.
On the Ableton-inspired process of making the album Lucciole by Pie Are Squared.
Stalwarts of the Egyptian electronic music scene, Bikya are one of the most respected bands around.
Grounded in the world of synth, there's a lot to respect about the music of Rami Abadir and Mostafa El-Sayed in terms of approach and what they're trying to do.
The 2017 edition of the Hamburg Kitchen Sessions kicks off in conjunction with the Goethe-Institut.
In the spirit of similitude comes the Dandin Show, an audio show where we introduce a selection of tracks found on the website to an English-speaking audience.
A little funk, a dash of soul, a dollop of a groovy beat on top feel good summer vibes and you get the producer known as BLUFRANK.
The second instalment of the Writers Series is an excerpt from the novel Night Thirst by Sherif Abdel Samad.
The third instalment of the Writers Series is the unpublished original text 'Disturbed' by author Eman Abdelrahim with narration by Sarah El Sirgany.
Lebanese-American singer Naima Shalhoub released her new EP 'Borderlands' as part of the NAMENA Project in Beirut. The EP follows her 2015 debut album...
See the story of the Berlin-based band, a veritable potpourri of nationalities and styles.