Egyptian female experimental musicians play a live show in France tonight, after the release of a compilation by 100Copies.
Egyptians in France who are fans of experimental music, you have seven hours roughly to make it to Frac Lorraine on Rue des Trinitaires in Metz.
If you choose to accept this mission, then you will be among the very few to catch local record label heroes, 100Copies' Egyptian Female Experimental Sessions. Performing their mind blowing experimental set are none other than electronic heroines Asmaa Azzouz, Jacqueline George, Hagar Masoud, and Ola Saad.
This show will be prolific as it isn't every day that the French get to here powerful women currently pioneering Egyptian Experimental music. The tickets for the event are priced at a modest 3 to 4 euros.
If you are able to attend then we suggest you do, as both female artists and experimental music need all the help they can get in becoming Egypt's next viable sound movement. We wish we were there, but were not, and so all we can do is spread the word and wish them the best of luck.