Inside & Around Crammed Discs with Marc Hollander + special guest Yasmine Hamdan 

Our guest for this 6th episode is Yasmine Hamdan, the stellar Paris-based artist from Lebanon. She’s prepared a fascinating mix for us, featuring a selection of tracks from her collection of rare cassettes from all over the Arab world (Yemen, Syria, Sudan, Iraq etc), many of them from the ‘80s and earlier. Yasmine’s “Jamilat Reprise”, a collection of reconstructions of tracks off her latest album “Al Jamilat”, is due to drop in early June 2018. Among these reworks is Cubenx’s remix of “K2”, which appears in the 1st hour of this show. The show’s initial 50 minutes is a mix by Marc Hollander entitled ‘Crammed By Numbers’, consisting of tracks from the label’s catalogue which all contain numbers in their titles.

A monthly two-hour show hosted by Marc Hollander (Aksak Maboul), the legendary founder of iconic Belgian label Crammed Discs. Digging deep into the label's prolific catalogue, and featuring unearthed gems alongside unreleased tracks, original interludes and new & upcoming music.


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