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Two words, two worlds. Right in between, there is a duo who refuses to choose, who grabs everything they can play.
The reference to the Bedouins comes from her, from her memories of holidays in Syrian villages. “When I was little, there were often Bedouins who came. They were just passing through, the time to play music for parties and weddings. It has always touched me, this music from the earth, played on traditional instruments. For me, it is music from the origins”.
To update this past, the young woman, trained in a choir in Damascus and then passed through the Paris Conservatory, found in Zeid Hamdan a partner of choice. With Soapkills, his first group, this producer allowed Arab music to change centuries, delicately immersing it in the new electro-pop. For Bedouin Burger, he invents new rhythms, crunchy and crackling, tending towards trance, above which floats the diaphanous voice of Lynn.
Their playground is endless. “We want to fulfill childhood dreams and go beyond music,” reveals Lynn.
They programmed them
Habibi Festival : New Yor, USA
Bee Flat : Suisse
Oslo World Festival : Oslo, Norvège
Meyzan : Beyrouth, Libanon
GlobalFest : New York, USA
Institut du Monde Arabe : Paris, France
And many more.
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