Top 10 Arabic Electronic Music Artists is my blog about the top ten electronic music artists from the middle east. We are starting off with a countdown of the top ten, and then will be expanding to include interviews, reviews, and news about electronic music in the middle east.
I just got back from living in Morocco, where I spent six months studying Arabic and volunteering at an orphanage. During this time, I developed a love for Moroccan music. When I got back to the States I was excited to see what kind of electronic music they were producing. The results were surprising: there are a lot of really talented musicians out there making some really great electronic music.
On this blog I plan to introduce you to some of my favorite artists, as well as talk about recent developments in the world of moroccan electronica. I also hope to write up interviews with some of the more popular (and perhaps not so popular) artists from that area.
Arabic Electronic Music Artists is a blog about the top ten electronic music artists from the middle east. The blog is written in English and Arabic, and caters to both audiences. The blog features the latest news on these artists, as well as interviews and articles. It also features reviews of their albums and concerts, as well as photos of them performing live.
The content is provided by professional bloggers who have been writing about music for years. They are experts in their field, and have extensive experience with this particular genre of music. Their blogs are updated daily with new content, so if you are interested in any of these artists, you should check back often to see what’s going on with them.
The site also has a forum where you can discuss anything related to electronic music or the artists featured on it. You can ask questions about their music and get answers from people who know them personally or have heard them perform before. This way you can learn more about their style and what makes them stand out from other artists.
You may even find yourself becoming friends with some of these people through the forums!
The Arabic electronic music scene is rapidly growing and gaining worldwide recognition. For the last year or two, I’ve been following several Arabic electronic music artists, and decided to compile a list of my top ten favorites (in no particular order).
The artists on this list come from all over the Middle East, including Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia, UAE and Jordan. The music ranges from downtempo to dubstep to house to trance.
Without further ado, here are my top ten favorite Arabic electronic music artists:
I’m very excited to share this list of artists with you. I spent a lot of time researching, listening and finding various artists that are making music in the middle east. Some of these artists have been making music for a while, others are just starting out. I truly believe that they’re all worth checking out if you’re interested in this type of music.
I will be adding more details about each artist soon, but for now check out their websites and get inspired!
The top 10 are listed below:
1. Bassam Zawadi
2. Dalia Shusterman
3. DJ Abraam
4. Elie Khalifeh (aka “Eli”)
5. Emile Ghantous (aka “Emo”)
6. Faisal Al-Nassar (aka “Faisal”)
7. Gabriel Tovar (aka “Gabo”)
8. Hadi Sarieddine (aka “Hadi”)
9. Hani Naser (aka “Hani”)
10. Khaled Tarabay (aka “Khaled”)
The Middle East and North Africa have a rich history of electronic music production. The region’s sound is influenced by several different genres including hip hop, jazz, funk, rock and blues. In recent years, the scene has witnessed an explosion in popularity with artists like Lebanese house producer Ouzo Bazooka and Moroccan techno DJ Ejwa. Here’s our pick of ten top artists who are currently making waves in the Arab world:
1) DJ Ejwa (Morocco)
Moroccan DJ Ejwa started out as a hip hop artist before moving into electronic music. He released his first album “The Journey” in 2011 and has since become one of the most popular DJs in Morocco. His music is influenced by many different genres including reggae, dubstep and funk.
2) Nader Sadek (Egypt)
Nader Sadek is an Egyptian-born composer and producer who was named “one of the top ten electronic artists to watch out for” by Rolling Stone magazine in 2012. He has also been featured on MTV’s “I Want My MTV” channel as well as several international radio stations including BBC Radio 1 & 2.
3) Ouzo Bazooka (L
1. Petre Inspirescu
2. Omar Souleyman
3. Ouzo Bazooka
4. The Spy From Cairo
5. Acid Arab
6. Boiler Room’s “Raks Sharki” compilation
7. Dabke: Sounds of the Syrian Houran
8. Huda Asfour’s “Arabian Disco” playlist
9. Nasrawi’s “Middle Eastern Electronic Music” playlist
10. Nabil Baly Othman & Seif Eldin Farag (Eskenderella)