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Arthur Teboul, lead singer with French rock quintet Feu! Chatterton, was the guest of “Ruptures” on Radio Liban 96.2 FM, for an interview revolving around the recording of the band’s first 2 albums, as well as their upcoming concert at Music Hall in Beirut.

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Monday 30 July 2018, Radio Lebanon 96.2FM (8-9pm)

– Heroes and Villains: Snake and feather (2018)
– Cosmic Analog Ensemble: S’aventurer (2018)
– Interbellum: Another day (2018)
– The New Year: Snow (2017)
– Kid Fourteen: Blood-thick silence (2018)
– Toni Geitani: Raboukom (2018)
– Aya Metwalli: Manyaka (2016)
– Nadah el-Shazly: Afqid ad dakhira (2017)
– El Rass & Munma: Return of the penguin (2015)
– Khoum: Sem (2017)
– Marc Codsi: Invocation 1 (to be released 2018)
– The Bunny Tylers: Hello your grace (2018)
– Oiseaux-Tempete & The Bunny Tylers: The little-known ending fading away (2018, excerpt)
– The Dwarfs Of East Agouza: Rats don’t eat synthesizers (2018, excerpt)

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Ruptures had the pleasure of hosting US-born, Berlin-based musician Chad Methany aka Emperor X on Radio Liban 96.2 FM, for an interview and formidable live performance, ahead of his headlining show at Beirut Open Space.

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[Live sound by Fadi Tabbal + photos by Karl Mattar]

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Ruptured had the privilege of hosting exceptional British musician Nadine Shah in Beirut, for two live events:
A radio session on Radio Liban 96.2 FM on Friday 11/05,
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A concert at Onomatopoeia The Music Hub on Saturday 12/05, featuring guests James Brown from British band Pulled Part by Horses and Lebanese singer-songwriter Youmna Saba

Listen to the radio show:

[Live sound by Fadi Tabbal]

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Saturday 23 March 2018, Radio Lebanon 96.2FM (8-9pm)

1. Tamer Abu Ghazaleh, Maryam Saleh & Maurice Louca: Nefsif akli (ps/eg)
2. Mutamassik: Waiting for my orders (us)
3. Aya Metwalli: Fein enta (eg)
4. Munma: Muse (lb)
5. omrr: Quicksands (eg)
6. Cosmic Analog Ensemble: Pourparlers + Les sourdes oreilles (lb)
7. Zeid Hamdan: Mekdass w Abel (lb)
8. Wake Island: Never entirely there (lb/ca)
9. Sufyvn: Dust (sd)
10. The Dwarfs of East Agouza: Rats don’t eat synthesizers (us/ca/eg)
11. Gökçen Kaynatan: Sihirbaz (tr)
12. KELAB (eg)
13. Mutamassik: Marvellous in training (us)

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Saturday 16 March 2018, Radio Lebanon 96.2FM (8-9pm)

1. The Dwarfs of East Agouza (us/ca/eg)
2. ‘A’ Trio & Alan Bishop (us/lb)
3. Shalabi Effect (ca)
4. SUUNS + Jerusalem In My Heart (ca/lb)
5. Tamer Abu Ghazaleh (ps)
6. Tamer Abu Ghazaleh, Maryam Saleh & Maurice Louca (ps/eg)
7. Nadah El Shazly (eg)
8. Two or The Dragon (lb)
9. Mutamassik (us)
10. Tasjiil Moujahed (be/lb)
11. Stephanie Merchak (lb)
12. Aya Metwalli (eg)

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The 2nd part of our tribute to the great Mark E. Smith and British band The Fall, on the “Ruptures” radio show, spanning the years 1995 to 2017:

1) “The Joke” (Cerebral Caustic, 1995)
2) “Powder Keg” (Light User Syndrome, 1996)
3) “Bound” (The Marshall Suite, 1999)
4) “Aphid” / live version (In The City…, 1997)
5) “Dr. Bucks’ Letter” (The Unutterable, 2000)
6) “Gotta See Jane” (Are You Are Missing Winner, 2001)
7) “Theme From Sparta FC” (Country On The Click, 2003)
8) “What About Us” (Fall Heads Roll, 2005)
9) “My Door Is Never” (Reformation Post-TLC, 2007)
10) “Hot Cake” (Your Future Our Clutter, 2010)
11) “Greenway” (Ersatz GB, 2011)
12) “Hittite Man” (Re-Mit, 2013)
13) “Dedication Not Medication” (Sub-Lingual Tablet, 2015)
14) “New Facts Emerge” (New Facts Emerge, 2017)
15) “Family Feud” / by Von Südenfed (Tromatic Reflexxions, 2007)

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The 1st part of our tribute to the great Mark E. Smith and British band The Fall, on the “Ruptures” radio show, spanning the years 1979 to 1994:

1) “Psykick Dancehall” (Dragnet, 1979)
2) “Rowche Rumble” (Totale’s Turns, 1980)
3) “Totally Wired” (Grotesque / CD edition, 1980)
4) “I Feel Voxish” (Perverted by Language, 1983)
5) “The Classical” (Hex Enduction Hour, 1982)
6) “R.O.D.” (Bend Sinister, 1986)
7) “Spoilt Victorian Child” (This Nation’s Saving Grace, 1985)
8) “Hit The North” (The Frenz Experiment / CD edition, 1988)
9) “Yes, O Yes” (I Am Kurious Oranj, 1988)
10) “Free Range” (Code: Selfish, 1992)
11) “The Book of Lies” (Shift-Work, 1991)
12) “Popcorn, Double Feature” (Extricate, 1990)
13) “Why Are People Grudgeful?” (The Infotainment Scan / CD edition, 1993)
14) “Kimble” (1993)
15) “The Reckoning” (Middle Class Revolt, 1994)

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For our second “Ruptured Session” of 2018, we were thrilled to welcome in the studios of Radio Liban 96.2 FM Lebanese band POSTCARDS, consisting for this particular occasion of Julia Sabra (guitar & vocals), Marwan Tohme (guitar & backing vocals), and Pascal Semerdjian (bass & backing vocals).

The three musicians spoke at length about the making of their most recent release “I’ll be here in the morning” (T3 Records + Ruptured, 2018), presented some of their favorite tracks, and performed two songs from the album.

Listen to the show: 

[Live sound by Fadi Tabbal]

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Egyptian musician Youssef Abouzeid aka PanSTARRS was the guest of Ruptures on Radio Liban 96.2 FM, for an interview revolving around his performance at Beirut & Beyond International Music Festival (December 7-10, 2017) and concert at Dawawine the following week.

Listen here: Ruptures with Panstarrs

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