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The Independent and Alternative Music Scene in the Arab World
From Tunis to New York
{{langos=='en'?('20/02/2017' | todate):('20/02/2017' | artodate)}} - Issue 4.1
Hosted by Huda Asfour

Huda Asfour speaks to Emel Mathlouthi about her new release Insan D’eef, the journey that led to this work, and her future endeavors as she settles in New York City.

Guests

Emel Mathlouthi
Emel Mathlouthi

Tunisian singer and songwriter based in New York. 

Tunisian prominent Singer/Songwriter Emel, returns with Second Album Ensen produced by her own record label “ Little Human Records” released on Partisan Records 24 February 2017.Emel’s first album, Kelmti Horra (My Word is Free), introduced her groundbreaking marriage of sounds steeped in Tunisia and electronic beats. On Ensen, she’s merged to a style that’s even more uniquely her own, combining organic and electronic sounds to produce a record that will appeal to any lover of innovative and heartfelt music. 

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