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Fatima Al Qadiri

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#26 | Black Midi, Skee Mask, Erika de Casier, Fatima Al Qadiri & Yoshinori Hayashi

Track17 - Der Musikpodcast

mit Albert Koch & Christopher Hunoldblack midi mit einer chaotischen wie faszinierenden Aufführung ihres zweiten Albums und Christopher könnte glücklicher kaum sein, dass nach den Alben von Black Country, New Road und Squid der Platten-Hattrick geglückt ist. Liebe auch für Skee Masks 100-Minuten-Brett, der sein Breakbeat- und Techno- Brocken als Überraschungsalbum über Nacht auf Bandcamp stellte und Streaming den Mittelfinger zeigte. Der sanfte RnB-Pop von Erika de Casier ist auch auf ihrem Nachfolger näher an MTV der 2000er als jede andere Künstlerin zurzeit und Fatima Al Qadiri huldigt auf ihrem neuen Konzept-Album den arabischen Poetinnen des Mittelalters. Der spannendste Geheimtipp des Monats kommt aber aus Japan. Yoshinori Hayashi zelebriert elektronische Musik aus Jazz- und House-Perspektive. Dazu stellen wir 17 neue Songs vor, die auf unserer Playlist „Track17 – Playlist zum Podcast“ landen. Knusper-Pop von Elsa Hewitt, die WARP-Legenden Seefeel aus ihren aktuellen Reissues, dem neuen Highlight von Produzent Mathias Modica, japanischem Videospiel-Pop von CRYSTAL, der britischen Band Famous und ihrer neuen EP und viel mehr. [Setlist] [00:00:00] Intro [00:01:18] Zuletzt gehört: Reissues der WARP-Legenden Seefeel und Beatbastler Mustafa [00:04:44] Feedback auf Feature 14 und warum viele ab 30 keine neue Musik mehr hören [00:05:51] black midi // Cavalcade (Rough Trade) [00:19:22] Skee Mask // Pool (Ilian Tape) [00:31:02] Erika de Casier // Sensational (4AD) [00:38:53] Fatima Al Qadiri // Medieval Femme (Hyperdub) [00:46:19] Yoshinori Hayashi // Pulse Of Defiance (Smalltown Supersound) [00:53:31] Track17 - Playlist zum Podcast: Elsa Hewitt, Famous, Chromatics, Seefeel, CRYSTAL uvm. Direkt abonnieren und reinhören! Vorstellung von black midi:F02 | BLACK MIDI & THE SOUND OF SPEEDY WUNDERGROUND Playlist-Projekt von Christopher:THE GOOD STUFF Ascending Fourths Homepage Track17 auf Instagram Track17 auf Twitter Track17 auf Facebook Kristopher auf Instagram Kristopher auf Twitter Albert auf Instagram Albert auf Twitter


3 Jun 2021

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030 // Pilot Events Aftermath, Erika de Casier, Sons Of Kemet & Fatima Al Qadiri

Awake All Hours

In this episode, we share our thoughts on the aftermath of the pilot events held in Liverpool and review new albums from Erika De Casier, Sons Of Kemet and Fatima Al Qadiri, before finishing with our compilation of the week and a round up of our favourite club ready releases from Bandcamp and beyond!SUPPORT THE ARTISTS // https://buymusic.club/list/awakeallhours-aah-podcast-030COMPANION MIX // https://soundcloud.com/awk-all-hrs/mix-series-030

1hr 32mins

27 May 2021

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Fatima Al Qadiri. Il club non come evasione ma come risveglio della coscienza politica?

Glitch - la musica dell'imprevedibile

Dalla critica dell'imperialismo culturale occidentale alla messa a nudo della repressione poliziesca nella cosiddette democrazie occidentali, l'opera di Fatima Al Qadiri mira a risvegliare le coscienze degli ascoltatori. Ma è un progetto attuabile nella sola musica? Scopriamolo assieme.


8 May 2021

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#321 - LV & Joshua Idehen, Fatima Al Qadiri, Błoto, Sabiwa, RAAI, Hajj - 12 April 2021

Independent Music Podcast

A wide range of experimental sounds for episode 321. From medieval industrial metal to steam train post-punk, French field recording techno to toytonics from an 8-year-old South Korean prodigy and nearly everything in-between. Tracklisting Sophrosyne - Ecclesiastes (Avon Terror Corps, UK) RAAI - Beautiful Ocean (Extra Noir, South Korea) LV & Joshua Idehen - Ancestors (self-release, UK) HEIMAT - ITA (Teenage Menopause Rds, France) Brain Rays & Quiet - Slacker (Seagrave, UK) Fatima Al Qadiri - Malaak (Hyperdub, UK) Błoto - Mitomania (Astigmatic Records, UK) DIKDӔDØR - Steam (Edelfaul Recordings, Berlin) Hajj - Untitled (Carpaccio Cathedrale, France) Sabiwa - 鬼 / The Demon (Phantom Limb, UK) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.

1hr 6mins

12 Apr 2021

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Fatima Al Qadiri: Gulf War Vampires

This Game Changed My Life

The true story of Fatima Al Qadiri, who became a successful musician after a childhood spent playing Castlevania to escape the horrors of the Gulf War.Aoife Wilson and Julia Hardy are best mates who love video games and have worked in the industry for years. They find the most shocking, moving and inspiring true stories about how gaming changed people’s lives forever. Join them to hear about the guy who works for NASA because of a game, the couple who fell in love on an MMORPG, the man who turned his escape from civil war into a video game and the gamers who caught a killer in real time.Music included from Castlevania (1986) © Konami Digital Entertainment.Producer: Nathan JonesDo you have a great, true story about a video game? Email us at thisgamechangedmylife@bbc.co.uk


16 Apr 2020

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WonderWoman : Fatima Al Qadiri

Le Tour du Monde de l'Actu

Chloé Cenard vous parle d'une wonderwoman venue du Koweït, Fatima Al Qadiri. Elle a 9 ans lorsque les troupes de Saddam Hussein envahissent le Koweït, initiant la Guerre du Golfe. Elle se plonge alors dans les jeux vidéos et se passionne pour la musique electronique. Dans sa musique, elle aborde différentes thématiques comme la brutalité policière. Elle a signé la musique du film Atlantique, Grand Prix du Festival du Cannes cette année


13 Nov 2019

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Fatima Al Qadiri


Benoît Basirico reçoit la compositrice Fatima Al Qadiri, compositrice de la bande originale du film "Atlantique" de Mati Diop, en Sélection Officielle


18 May 2019

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Experimental artist Fatima Al Qadiri

Couch Wisdom

Senegal-born, Kuwait-raised and Berlin-residing producer Fatima Al Qadiri pulls together personal and political geographies. As a child, she experienced the Gulf War firsthand – a trauma that was furthered by her love for video games and playing the Desert Strike video game barely two years after she saw her native Kuwait destroyed. Memory is a crucial element of her own hyper-digital, often beatless landscapes. Here, she recounts her personal history and talks about reframing disparate sounds and ideas.


29 Oct 2018

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EX.394 Fatima Al Qadiri - 2018.02.21

RA Exchange

A key voice in modern electronic music reflects on the experiences that shaped her thought-provoking sound.


21 Feb 2018

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#160 - Diron Animal, Peter King, Fatima Al Qadiri, Dagshenma - 16 October 2017

Independent Music Podcast

We're a hot mess this week as Anthony has returned from Brugge with a handful of Belgian beers and a whole host of musical treats. We have experimental electronics from Kuwait and Japan, synth ambience from Pittsburgh, Angolan afrofunk, Chicago punk, Australian digidub, Mexican acid cumbia and loads of industrial, rock, and stunning folk music

1hr 7mins

16 Oct 2017