The album is about everything: love, lust, mourning, social control, Lebanese politics, the Arab spring, and most importantly, dancing. The gig turned out to be Beirut 's biggest non-mainstream event in recent years and has been a big hit among Indie and Rock fans in Lebanon. وإن كان من حافز خلف إصداره، لعلّه لنبرهن لأنفسنا وجميع من حولنا، بأن جزءاً من التغيّرات التي تبدّل وجه المنطقة، هو باسم حريّة التعبير، أكان عن طريق مظاهرة او مقال صحفيٍّ وَقَع تحت قبضة الرقابة، أو حفلة صلّت الحكومة صلاة الاستسقاء علّها تمطر، وتفشل الحفلة أو لا تُقام أساسًا. This seeks to disturb the dominant global narrative of hyper-secularised white feminism, which increasingly positions itself as incompatible with Islam and the Arab world, celebrating the various modalities of middle-eastern feminism. Da circa due anni sono ininterrottamente in tour in Nordafrica, Medio Oriente ed Europa.
Everything started falling apart, and I developed an angry, nonchalant outlook on life. Down With The Choreographer This is where you guys come in. After syncing for a while, the public started to dissect the band, member by member. علماً بأنه كلّما جمعنا المزيد من المال، كلّما زرنا مدناً اكثر وطوّرنا كليباتنا ونشرنا المزيد والمزيد من الموسيقى. Whether you want to or not, you will die.
Tell your friends, tell your family, tell your lovers. Other Ways You Can Help Any and all contributions matter. The song's music video shows the band members deconstructing nuptial symbols and defying the pressure of romantic relationships. Hanno suonato al Festival internazionale di Baalbek in Libano, poi ad Amman, Tunisi, Casablanca, Istanbul. How'd I lose you to the romans? We want this to be the biggest independent music release the Arab world has seen. Help us demand that the music industry stop remanufacturing the same pop-stars with different names. Oh, night, fill me, make me stronger with your darkness.
The album was released in August 2013. The first prize was a record deal. Some of the distinctive features of the band's music is the prominence of the violin in passages redolent of Armenian folk music and the use of a megaphone in some songs to alter frontman Hamed Sinno's voice. Your trip has no meaning as nothing else has meaning. Current members Hamed Sinnoas the lead vocalist. E amano fare puro e semplice pop.
Sono prima di tutto musicisti. لقد تحدّينا أنفسنا موسيقياً وكتابيًّا في محاولة للخروج من إطار النوع الذي نؤدّيه. Carl Gerges landed his first solo cover on the November issue of L'Officiel Hommes-Levant, 2012. I loro arrangiamenti sono eclettici come la loro Beirut e mescolano stili e influenze diverse. سجّلنا في ظروف مثالية، وأعدنا ترتيب مؤلفاتنا الموسيقية مراراً وتكراراً، الى أن توصّلنا إلى ما نظنّه يليق بمحبّينا الرائعين. I was willing to feel hopeful, to let the wind of spring tickle my face.
Help us force the industry to listen to the people. You can keep the time I gave you; Strangle what self I was for you, But before you lay me to rest, Tell me what cost I came at. أي شيء: الحب، الشهوة، الحِداد، الرقابة الاجتماعية، السياسة اللبنانية، الربيع العربي، والأهم من ذلك، الرقص. Mentre nel video di Lil Watan Per la nazione si prendono gioco della musica tradizionale araba — impersonata da una ballerina di danza del ventre — che con la sua onnipresenza non dà spazio ai musicisti indipendenti. We were free and you danced. ولكنّ هذه المعايير تكلّف الكثير. وحين تخبرونهم، أكِّدوا لهم أن التغيير قادم، عاريًا كما خلقته يا رب.
ـــــــــــــ You can follow Mashrou' Leila at the following links: Official Facebook: Official Twitter: Official Instagram : Official Youtube:. In their first two albums, they always managed to capture the spirit of the times. The winter returned to be harsher than ever. Described as 'an arresting, heady mixture of retro-Beirut music — the signature sound being Haig Papazian's razor-sharp violin. When asked during an early interview about the origin of the nameMashrou' Leila, band members teasingly retorted that the band is a project started to collect money for a girl they knew called Leila. رقصنا خارج الحلقة، لَوَّنّا بحريّة خارج السطور والخطوط. A year after, Haig fronted the same publication for the same month, landing his first cover in 2013.
ونحن نلتقي معها حول قاسم مشترك مهم، لقد فاض بها من الدعم الرسمي المتخاذل الذي يخدّر مواهب الفناننين العرب، بخاصةٍ اولئك الذين يغرّدون خارج السرب، رافضين العيش في القوالب التقليدية. The band was formed in February 2008 at the American University of Beirut, when violinist Haig Papazian,guitarist Andre Chedid, and pianist Omaya Malaeb posted an open invitation to musicians looking to jam to vent the stress caused by college and the unstable political situation. And we are their first project. Hope itself started pissing me off. وأخيرًا، حين بلغنا ما نحتاجه من ميزانية، سافرنا الى مونتريال لنسجّل الألبوم في أحد أفضل استوديوهات العالم.
You can check out some of our music on. Their debut album's 9 songs wittily discuss subject matters such as lost love, war, politics, security and political assassination, materialism, immigration and homosexuality. I loro concerti fanno il tutto esaurito anche a Parigi e Londra. With the rhythm they enslaved you, programmed you and taught you. On April 6, Mashrou' Leila became the first Middle Eastern artist to be featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Out of the dozen of people who answered the call, seven would remain to form Mashrou' Leila.
In 2012, the band headlined Baalbeck International Festival. Charge Charge Charge Charge Why'd you sell me to the romans? Haig, Hamed, Ibrahim, Firas e Carl si sono conosciuti nel 2008 alla facoltà di architettura della American University di Beirut, dopo aver partecipato a un workshop musicale che doveva servire come valvola di sfogo rispetto alla situazione politica libanese. . ابتسمنا حين سمعناه، فهو يبدو رائعًا. But since there is no real money or support in the Middle East for independent artists or musicians without boob jobs, we are asking you to help fund our third album. Why'd you sell me to the romans? The band formed in Beirut,Lebanon in 2008 as a music workshop at the American University of Beirut. The video purposefully attempts to revert the position of the male musicians as the heroes of the narrative, not only by subjecting them to the female gaze of the director, but also by representing them as individuals who literally take the backseat as the coalition moves forward.