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Faten Kanaan

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Making your music sound 'human', with Heba Kadry, Sarah Davachi, Marta Salogni and Faten Kanaan

Music Life

Heba Kadry, Sarah Davachi, Marta Salogni and Faten Kanaan discuss why limitations can push creativity, how instruments can be an extension of the body, and why sounding “human” is better than pure perfection.Egyptian-born, Brooklyn-based mastering and mixing engineer Heba Kadry has worked with the likes of Beach House, serpentwithfeet, the Mars Volta, Yaeji and former Music Life guest Mykki Blanco. She also collaborated with Bjork on the iconic Utopia album, and worked on a number of film soundtracks, including the Oscar-nominated biopic Jackie.Grammy-nominated engineer, producer and mixer Marta Salogni started out as a live sound engineer in her home town of Brescia, Italy, before moving to London in 2010. She has since worked at some of the city’s most renowned studios with artists including Bjork, M.I.A, fka Twigs and Frank Ocean. She was nominated for a Grammy in 2019 for her involvement in Bon Iver’s i,i album.Inspired by cinematic forms and folklore traditions, Brooklyn-based composer and producer Faten Kanaan builds cyclical patterns in her music that she uses to tell stories. Having immersed herself in New York’s electronic scene during the late 2000s, her most recent release, the spellbinding A Mythology Of Circles, is inspired by classical mythology and medieval music.Canadian-born, LA-based composer and performer Sarah Davachi “builds temples out of tone”, and is best known for her minimalist electroacoustic sound. She has held residencies around the world and collaborated with artists such as William Basinski, Ariel Kalma and the London Contemporary Orchestra.

27mins

4 Feb 2022

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New Pinkcourtesyphone, GES; Faten Kanaan, Cabaret Voltaire and much more...

CiTR -- Breakfast With The Browns

The Cyrillic Typewriter; Pinkcourtesyphone; Mount Maxwell; Andrew Pekler; Roméo Poirier; G.E.S.; M Gedded Gengras; Pantha du Prince; Pole; MinaeMinae; Julia Kent; Josephine Wiggs; William Basinski; Body Negative; White Poppy; Dark Arts; Faten Kanaan; Cabaret Volatire; Shlomho; Teeth of the Sea; C. Schulz; German Army; Susannah Stark; El Perro del Mar; Poisonous Birds; Submotion Orchestra & Carl Stone.

2hr 59mins

7 Dec 2020

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#292 - Faten Kanaan, Tvii Son, BFTT, Good Sad Happy Bad, Sophia Loizou, Commodo - 14 September 2020

Independent Music Podcast

For a globally-focused podcast we're keeping it mostly local this week. But before the onslaught of excellent UK music, we kick things off with the industrial psy-pop of Ukranian trio Tvii Son whose debut album is a true highlight of the year so far. We also welcome back Faten Kanaan with her debut for Fire Records, Black Acre's Commodo, and Sophia Loizou on Houndstooth. Elsewhere we have Afghan disco from Les Disque Bongo Joe, YCO founder BFTT on Polity, Good Sad Happy Bad (FKA Micachu & The Shapes) and much more. Tracklisting Tvii Son - Am I (Music Inspires Change, UK) Faten Kanaan - Night Tide / Anteros (Fire Records, UK) BFTT - Lokt (Polity Records, UK) Ben Colhoun - Exceptional Moments (Hot Fools, UK) Polyhymns - JK (Thissen Records, UK) Rüstəm Quliyev - İran Təranələri (Les Disque Bongo Joe, Switzerland) Sophia Loizou - Anima (Houndstooth, UK) Ana Roxanne - Suite Pour L’invisible (Kranky, USA) Commodo - Stakeout (Black Acre, UK) Good Sad Happy Bad - Shades (Textile Records, France) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.

1hr 3mins

14 Sep 2020

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#216 - Cucina Povera, Bell Lungs, Saba Alizadeh, Black Bombaim, Faten Kanaan - 18 February 2019

Independent Music Podcast

Taking ambience to the extreme this week, there is a lot of beautiful music on podcast 216, not least the absolute exquisite records from Cucina Povera and Faten Kanaan. Amongst the picks this week is Iranian spike fiddle, screaming Scottish acapellas, sound recordings from the Argentinian jungle and more.

1hr 14mins

18 Feb 2019

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