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Art Alert: Telepoetic concert at Alexandria’s Jesuit Center

Telepoetic are currently touring their album Ensehab

Ahram Online , Monday 7 May 2018
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Alexandrian band Telepoetic will perform on 11 May at Jesuit Cultural Center in Alexandria.

Formed in 2006, the trio quickly became known for their experimental, post-rock sound.

With Amir Rizk on drums and pads, Mohamed Desouky on bass guitar and Ahmed Saleh on keys and electric guitar, Telepoetic fuses electronica with progressive rock.

Their seven-song debut album Ensehab (Withdrawal) was released in 2013. Produced by 100 Copies, the album is a fusion of electronica and progressive post-rock.

Over the years Telepoetic have performed live many times in Egypt, at events such as 100LIVE Electronic Music Festival and D-CAF, and have shared the stage with such international acts such as Mouse on Mars and Jan Jelinek from Germany, IQBIt from Italy, and Erik Truffaz from France.

Friday 11 May at 7pm
Jesuit Cultural Center, 298 Port Said St, Cleopatra, Alexandria

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