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It took us a while to edit and post this one, and apologies for that, but here it is at last:

Lebanese rock quartet KINEMATIK (Mme Chandelier, Rudy Ghafari, Roy Khazen and Akram Hajj) were the guests of Ruptures on Radio Liban 96.2 FM, for an interview revolving around the making and production of their first album ALA’ for indie label Ruptured.

The interview was accompanied by several live studio performances. Live sound by Fadi Tabbal.

Listen to the full show: ruptures knmtk 6 mars

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Ruptured is releasing a limited CD+LP edition of mighty Lebanese rock band KINEMATIK‘s first album Ala’, on 11 March 2017 at Station Beirut.

The album is also available for pre-order on iTunes here.

Facebook event here.

Listen to an excerpt:

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VAMPYR
A ciné-concert by Kinematik

Monday 6 February 2017, 8PM
Metropolis Empire Sofil, Achrafieh
Ticket: 15,000 LBP

This event is happening within the framework of the 23rd European Film Festival

VAMPYR
A film by Carl Theodor Dreyer
France/Germany, 1932, 75 min, in German with English subtitles

The strange adventures of Allan Gray, a young man whose studies of the Occult have distorted his perception of the real and the unreal.

KINEMATIK
Mme Chandelier: electric guitar
Rudy Ghafari: electronics & keyboards
Roy Khazen: electric bass
Akram Hajj: drums
[Live sound by Fadi Tabbal]

Kinematik is a Lebanese instrumental rock band, whose music blends elements of 70’s psychedelia, progressive rock and post-rock. Kinematik composes instrumental pieces that feature dynamic contrast, strong melodic lines, a heavy use of distortion and effects, and reliance on electronics and synthesizers. Their first album Ala’ will be released by Lebanese indie label Ruptured on LP/CD in 2017.

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We asked some of our musician friends and collaborators to tell us about their 10 favorite albums of 2016.

KINEMATIK 

Tim Hecker – Love Streams
Anohni – Hopelessness
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Skeleton Tree
Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool
Munma – Three Voices
Szun Waves – At Sacred Walls
The Heliocentrics – From The Deep
The Gaslamp Killer – Instrumentalepathy
Charbel Haber – Of Palm Trees And Decomposition
Ben Frost – The Wasp Factory
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Fadi Tabbal – How’s Annie

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