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Art Alert: LOOPERIA Project to perform at Cairo’s Room Art Space

The band is known for its blend of sounds from different African and spiritualist traditions

Ahram Online , Monday 27 Mar 2017
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LOOPERIA Project (Photo: Looperia Project official Facebook Page)
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LOOPERIA Project, an Egyptian/African band will perform live at Room Art Space on 31 March.

The band is known for blending African flavor with Sufi spiritual lyrics and Moroccan Gnawa music and beats.

Presenting a sound that comes from northern West Africa, some of the themes LOOPERIA explores in their music are God, love, peace and Africa.

Band members include founder Mohamed Kamal on guitar and goumbri, Monia Salah as lead vocal, Mahmoud Desouki on oud, Wetey Rasta on bass guitar, Kabo on drums, and Waleed Abdo on percussion.

Programme:
Friday 31 March, 8:30 pm
ROOM Art Space & Café, 10 Etehaad Al Mohamin St., Garden City.

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