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Adham Zidan

Adham Zidan

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Composer, musician, recordist, mixer and producer from Cairo, Egypt.

Zidan plays keyboards and sings in The Invisible Hands alongside Sublime Frequencies/Sun City Girls co-founder Alan Bishop. He honed his own style of lo-fi folk on Today Is Tomorrow, and is now expanding his horizons even further with Baskot Lel Baltageyya. Over the past decade, he has gained widespread recognition for his work as a musician, producer, recordist and mixer. Dubbed “Egypt’s musical renaissance man” by Scene Noise in 2019, he’s lent his keen ear to numerous other projects—such as Youssra El Hawary’s No’oum Nasyeen (2017), Tarkamt’s Live at the Necropolis (2018), Maurice Louca’s Elephantine (2019), Natik Awayez’s Manbarani (2020), and Nancy Mounir’s Nozhet El Nofous (2022)—and has collaborated with many of the biggest names in the region’s independent music scene, including Tamer Abu Ghazaleh, Nadah El Shazly, Raed Yassin and Sam Shalabi.

He has also designed sound and composed music for a select group of theatre and film makers.

Zidan is also the co-creator, co-editor and co-producer of Katalog, an Arabic podcast about music-making, published by Mada Masr, alongside Maha El Nabawi. He also DJs and hosts radio shows; his latest is Music from the Hive, on movement.radio.

Sites:adhamzidan.com
In Groups:Another TIme Ensemble, The Invisible Hands, Baskot Lel Baltageyya
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