„I found a guy, playing the keyoard with his fists and firing clusters of tones. It had the energy of Punk & Rave.You could see people just going completely insane on the streets. And I thought ‚Wow, this is really cool!'“(Joost Heijthuijsen, Cairo Liberation Front)
„Crazy places – its not even on the map – there is no administration, there is no police, there is nothing. The people just built their houses in the middle of the desert. In those neighborhoods I saw something incredible.“ (Hind Meddeb, director of „Electro Chaabi“)
Mahraganat = Autotune Wahnsinn aus ägyptischen Satellitenstädten.
Schon wieder so ein „Sound of the Revolution“? Mitnichten.
Wie die Hochzeitsmusik der Unterschicht ihren Weg in die Nachtclubs der Oberschicht fand.