Posts Tagged 'palestine'

Save Jarrah – An Arab-Israeli Mix

Here’s a little mix I played at a support event for the eastern-Jerusalem arab residents of the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where Palestinian families are being evicted from their houses by right-wing Jewish settlers. Read more here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheikh_Jarrah

The set combines tunes of Arab and Israeli artists and travels from Jerusalem ’round the Middle-East and back.

Playlist:
1. Vulcan – Nim’as
2. RGB – Ya Wled Loubnan
3. Instanbul Latin Ensemble & Ayhan Sicimoglu – Reggaeturcatone
4. DAM – Ng’ayer Bukra (Change Tomorrow)
5. Cheikha Rimitti – Rimitti Ridim
6. Soulico – El Nur Feat. Ghostface Killah, Saz & Tomer Yosef
7. Axum – Kul Wahed
8. DAM – Mali Huriye (I Don’t Have Freedom)
9. Balkan Beat Box – Habibi Min Zaman
10. Balkan Beat Box – Ramllah-Tel Aviv
11. Hadag Nachash – Shalom Salam Peace

Global Warming show #32 with Boogie Balagan

Azri & Gabri of Boogie Balagan

Azri & Gabri of Boogie Balagan

Global Warming radio show #32 was aired on 21.6.09 with special guests Boogie Balagan who gave a short interview about their music and the Israeli-Palestinian connection.

Playlist

  1. Rotfront – Ya Piv
  2. Al Jawala – Better Go Run
  3. Major Lazer – When You Hear the Bassline feat. Ms. Thing
  4. Joao Brasil – Hey Ho Let’s Go Bahia
  5. Mexican Institute of Sound – Cumbia (Tom Tom Club Remix)
  6. La Caravane Passe – Salade Tomate Oignon
  7. YAS – Yaspop
  8. Boogie Balagan – interview
  9. Boogie Balagan – Ride On Ride On
  10. Boogie Balagan – interview (continued)
  11. Boogie Balagan – Lamentation Walloo
  12. Boogie Balagan – interview (continued)
  13. Boogie Balagan – Biomekanicamel (UBK Remix)
  14. Boogie Balagan – interview (continued)

Podcast archive

Ramallah Underground

Ramallah Underground are a collective of musicians creating electronic, trip-hop, downtempo and hip-hop music from Ramallah, Palestine. Their music is influenced by traditional Arab music and by the Palestinian reality. They operate a wonderful sites with many many free downloads. Here’s a little sample:
Ramallah Underground – 970