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Artist: EEK
Title: Kahraba
Format: LP
Label: Nashazphone
Country: Egypt
Price: $24.00
"Kahraba is the debut studio album of Islam Chipsys EEK. Recorded in late 2014 in downtown Cairo, it contains four tracks perfectly representing Chipsys wild and inimitable artistic spectrum, ranging from the frenzied sound signature technique that brought him his fame ("Trinity" and "Kahraba") to the bands individual maneuverings of typical Egyptian standards such as the Northeastern Nile delta "Simsimiyya" in "El-Bawaba" or Upper Egypts traditional "Mouled Saidi" in "Mouled El-Ghoul"." - Nashazphone.

Artist: EEK
Title: Kahraba
Format: CD
Label: Nashazphone
Country: Egypt
Price: $16.00
"Kahraba is the debut studio album of Islam Chipsys EEK. Recorded in late 2014 in downtown Cairo, it contains four tracks perfectly representing Chipsys wild and inimitable artistic spectrum, ranging from the frenzied sound signature technique that brought him his fame ("Trinity" and "Kahraba") to the bands individual maneuverings of typical Egyptian standards such as the Northeastern Nile delta "Simsimiyya" in "El-Bawaba" or Upper Egypts traditional "Mouled Saidi" in "Mouled El-Ghoul." Made in Egypt." - Nashazphone.

Artist: EEK
Title: Live at the Cairo High Cinema Institute
Format: LP
Label: Nashazphone
Country: Egypt
Price: $26.00
500 copies pressed on red vinyl. "I saw him at a street party in Giza where a few hundred people had amassed to dance and scream into the night. Flanked by Khaled Mando and Islam Tata, his two drummers pounding furiously as the signature tone of his synth intensified for almost two hours, Islam Chipsy demonstrated his completely revolutionary take on modern Egyptian Shaabi. The sound was raw and distorted, the volume was deafening, and the energy was high. Thirty minutes into the set, the trio pulled out blindfolds and put them on, only to continue their virtuosic performance without missing a beat, synced to the max, playing forwards, backwards, sideways, psychedelic noise and showmanship projected through the distortion of a jet engine taking flight for some unknown location in the distant future of Shaabi sound. They were smiling and are very nice cats indeed, but when the PA system is blazing with their audio explosions, you best get up off your ass to dance or get the hell out of the way!" --Alan Bishop.
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