Ziad Nawfal Guest Mix for Movement Radio // 06 December 2022

Ziad Nawfal’s monthly mix for Movement Radio in Athens, featuring music from Lebanon, Egypt, Belgium and Canada. This mix was commissioned and produced by Onassis Cultural Center, and presented for the first time in the frame of MOVEMENT RADIO.

  1. Jerusalem In My Heart – Ana Lisan Wahad (feat. Farida Amadou & Pierre-Guy Blanchard) [LB/CA/BE]
  2. Abadir – Bass Belly [EG]
  3. TEDTEDTED – Calculators [LB]
  4. Liliane Chlela – Charr [LB]
  5. Rise 1969 – Floating Memory [LB]
  6. Etyen – Goodbye [LB]
  7. Sary Moussa – In Praise of Shadows [LB]
  8. Yara Asmar – it’s always october on sunday [LB]
  9. Elyse Tabet with Pascal Semerdjian & Yara Asmar – Low Toms [LB]
  10. Sandy Chamoun – Nas el Wahel [LB]
  11. Pie Are Squared – Oscillate Thrice [EG]
  12. Maurice Louca – Saet el Hazz (feat. “A” Trio) [EG/LB]
  13. Julia Sabra & Fadi Tabbal – Snakeskin [LB]


Photo by Georges Daou

(2022 end-of-year lists) – FADI TABBAL

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022.
Fadi Tabbal’s solo album Music For The Lonely Vol.2 was released as a limited edition cassette by Ruptured in January. His duo with Julia Sabra, Snakeskin, was released by Ruptured and Beacon Sound as a limited edition vinyl album in October. 

FADI TABBAL


(2022 end-of-year lists) – ELYSE TABET

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022.
Elyse Tabet’s album Low Toms Bright Bells and Darkest Spells, a collaboration with Pascal Semerdjian and Yara Asmar, was released by Ruptured in December. 

ELYSE TABET


(2022 end-of-year lists) – PASCAL SEMERDJIAN

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022.
Pascal Semerdjian’s collaborative album with Elyse Tabet, Low Toms Bright Bells and Darkest Spells, was released by Ruptured in December. 

PASCAL SEMERDJIAN


(2022 end-of-year lists) – JULIA SABRA

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022.
Julia Sabra’s duo with Fadi Tabbal, Snakeskin, was released by Ruptured and Beacon Sound in October.  

JULIA SABRA


(2022 end-of-year lists) – ANTHONY SAHYOUN

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022.
Anthony Sahyoun’s solo album Proof By Infinite Descent was released by Ruptured and Beacon Sound in November 2021.

ANTHONY SAHYOUN


(2022 end-of-year lists) – MAYSSA JALLAD

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022. 
Keep your eyes and ears open for more Mayssa news in the new year.

MAYSSA JALLAD


(2022 end-of-year lists) – DAOU

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022. 
Daou’s album Sanctuary was released by Ruptured in May. 

DAOU


(2022 end-of-year lists) – MARC CODSI

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022. 
Marc Codsi’s album The Silence Between the New World and the Aftermath was released by Ruptured in July. 

MARC CODSI


(2022 end-of-year lists) – RAYYA BADRAN

It is the most wonderful time of the year.
We asked some of Ruptured’s recent contributors and collaborators, to tell us about the records they listened to the most in 2022. 
Earlier this year, Rayya Badran curated digital compilation Beirut Adrift, featuring several tracks from the Ruptured catalogue. The compilation is part of a larger, all-encompassing project entitled “Norient City Sounds: Beirut”, curated by Rayya and commissioned by Swiss art platform Norient.     

RAYYA BADRAN