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Jordan-based band El-Morabba3 to crowdfund next album

El-Morabba3 band will launch a crowdfunding campaign to produce their second album

Ahram Online , Monday 27 Jul 2015
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Jordan-based rock band El-Morabba3 will launch a zoomaal.com crowdfunding campaign, which will begin on 30 July and run until 31 August, to help record and produce their next album.

Targeting $40,000, the campaign will cover for the recording, mixing and mastering of the upcoming album, marketing, music video making, PR for the crowdfunding campaign, the Zoomaal commission, among other costs.

With donation choices ranging from $5 to $10,000, the band has provided an interesting array of perks, which include pre-release download, signed t-shirts, limited edition posters and signed LP vinyls and backstage passes.

Moreover, a campaign-launch concert is scheduled for 30 July at the Odeon Theatre, Amman, as part of the Al-Balad Music Festival.

The band will also deliver a concert in Egypt; the exact dates and locations of which are yet to be announced.

Founded in 2009, El-Morabba3’s lineup includes Muhammad Abdullah (bass, vocals and songwriting), Odai Shawagfeh (electric guitar, keys/synth and production) and Dirar Shawagfeh (drums, video directing and cameraman).

The band released their debut album titled El Morabba3 (The Square) in July 2012.

 

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