Ruptured & Onomatopoeia The Music Hub present
MUNMA & SHARIF SEHNAOUI
Live at Onomatopoeia The Music Hub
Wednesday 10 October 2018, 8.30pm
Entrance 10,000 LL
Facebook event here
Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 – 8.30 pm
at Onomatopoeia The Music Hub, Beirut
► Munma: synths /electronics
► Fadi Tabbal: electric guitar /electronics
► Maya Chami: live visuals
// LIMITED SEATING
INFO 00 961 1 398 986
ENTRANCE 10.000 LBP
// ABOUT MUNMA
Jawad Nawfal is a pioneer of Lebanon’s electronic/dance scene. Starting out as a DJ and event promoter in the late 90’s, he eventually moved on to production and composition in the early 2000’s, forming live electronic duos Ae_Quo and AEX with Lebanese musician Victor Bresse. Nawfal created MUNMA in the aftermath of Israel’s war on Lebanon in the summer of 2006 — this solo project explores oriental harmonies and rhythmical patterns, with a strong reliance on sampled traditional musical beds and excerpts from politicians’ speeches and radio broadcasts. In 2012, Jawad started working with Lebanese writer and slam poet Mazen el-Sayed aka El Rass, and the two musicians released two well receivedalbums which explore the darker sides of rap, reconfiguring the genre to include elements of bass and electronica. In the following years, Nawfal collaborated with Belgian electronic producer Cedrik Fermont, and released 4 albums on his label Syrphe Records with different contributors.
// ABOUT FADI TABBAL
Fadi Tabbal is a musician, producer and sound engineer, known for his numerous contributions to Beirut’s alternative music scene by way of the specialized studio he opened in 2006, Tunefork.
Tabbal’s work as an engineer at Tunefork has secured its reputation as one of the most prominent studios in Beirut; the majority of the city’s alternative acts have passed through its doors. Fadi is a member of several Lebanese bands, including rock groups The Incompetents and Bunny Tylers, as well as experimental trio Under the Carpet. He collaborates frequently with singer/songwriter Youmna Saba, folk bands Safar and Ramly, and is a guest player on albums by experimental duo Praed and folk singer Sandmoon, among others. As a solo artist, he has released three albums entitled “On the Rooftop Looking Up” (Self-released 2013), “Museum of Disappearing Buildings” (Self-released 2015) and “How’s Annie” (Ruptured, 2016).
// ABOUT MAYA CHAMI
Maya Chami is a practitioner in graphic design and digital arts. She received a Bachelor of Science in graphic design from the Lebanese American University. In 2006, she was selected to participate in the UNESCO online masters module on art, design and technology.
In 2011 she completed a Masters degree in digital arts at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London. She works in graphic design and digital arts on both commissioned and personal projects, and has participated in several design and digital arts events.
Three Voices, the latest album from Lebanese electronic artist Munma, was released by Ruptured in June 2016, in a limited edition of 300 hand-numbered LP’s.
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On the occasion of the release of Munma‘s new LP Three Voices in Beirut, this edition of the Ruptures radio show featured demos, album tracks, exclusive versions and remixes culled from this talented Lebanese producer’s 10-year (and ongoing) career.
1. Munma: Soft Integration (Previews and Premises, 2010)
2. Munma: A Tribute to Mahjoub Omar (demo, 2013)
3. El Rass & Munma: ‘Awdat al Batriq (Adam, Darwin & the Batriq, 2014)
4. Munma with Naserdayn el Touffar: Nay (demo, 2014)
5. Munma: Munma (34 Days, 2006)
6. Munma: IRM (Black Tuesday, 2007)
7. Munma: Engram (Unholy Republic, 2008)
8. Trash Inc. & Munma: Nightwalker #2 (demo, 2009)
9. Index/Left: Hecatonchires (demo, 2010)
10. Scrambled Eggs: Bleeding Nun (Munma remix, from Happy Together Filthy Forever, 2006)
11. Litter: Hummingbird (Munma remix, from Newfound Grids, 2012)
12. Infinite Moment of Composure: Infiltration (Turbulence, 2012)
13. Tasjil Moujahed: Aviatrix (Musafer, 2012)
14. Munma feat. radiokvm: The Funeral (No Apologies, 2013)
Ruptured presents MUNMA & FADI TABBAL (The Incompetents, Bunny Tylers) in concert in Dawawine’s screening room
For the launch of Lebanese electronic artist Munma’s new album THREE VOICES
On Friday 3 June 2016,
1st concert at 7.30pm
2nd concert at 9pm
For information and reservation: 01-567705
THREE VOICES is the hotly anticipated first vinyl release from Jawad Nawfal aka Munma, a pioneer of Lebanon’s electronic/dance scene.
The album will be available in a limited edition of 300 hand-numbered LP’s, including digital download codes.
It is the second vinyl release from Lebanon’s alternative music label Ruptured, following RadioKVM’s ‘Issrar’ in 2014.
[This event is organized by Ruptured, in collaboration with Tunefork and Dawawine]
Two years after their first recorded collaboration, the successful “Kachf el Mahjoub / Unveiling the Hidden” (for the Ruptured label), Lebanese artists and musicians Mazen el-Sayed aka El Rass and Jawad Nawfal aka Munma released its long-awaited follow-up, “Adam, Darwin and the Penguin”, in May 2014. A few days before the launch concert of the album in popular live venue Metro Al-Madina in Hamra, Beirut, we ran a radio show detailing the genesis and production of the record and its different contributors.
El Rass & Munma (2014)
El Rass & Munma (Munma remix)
El Rass & Munma (2012)
El-Far3i (Munma prod.)
El Rass & Munma (Feat. Boikutt, 2014)
El Rass & Munma (2013)
Nasreddine Touffar (Munma prod.)
El Rass & Munma (2012)
El Rass & Munma (2014)
Munma (Feat. El Rass, 2013)