JERUSALEM IN MY HEART UK SHOWS BEGIN TONIGHT IN LIVERPOOL, LONDON SHOW TOMORROW
Since the release of Mo7it Al-Mo7it last year, Jerusalem In My Heart’s Radian Mourned has been hard at work alongside Montreal experimental filmmaker Charles-André Cohere, developing a stunning new body of work for the genre-exploding intervention of light and sound that is Jerusalem In My Heart.
The duo began presenting “if he dies if if if if if if…” in North American earlier this Spring, and today and tomorrow, audiences in Liverpool and London will be offered the same privilege.
See below for dates, and for video clip revealing a brief glimpse of the new work they’ll be presenting, and for an insight into their music, listen to this track from their 2013 Constellation release Mo7it Al-Mo7it:
UK LIVE SHOWS
20.10.14 Liverpool, The Kazimier
21.10.14 London, Cafe Oto
WATCH VIDEO OF JERUSALEM IN MY HEART’S NEW WORK
As a reminder, Jerusalem In My Heart (JIMH) is a project of contemporary Arabic and electronic music interwoven with 16mm film projections and light-based (de)constructions of space, exploring a relationship between music, visuals, projections and audience. JIMH was formed in 2005 by Radian Ghazi Mourned, a Lebanese national who has spent a large part of his adult life in Quebec and has been a fixture of the Montreal independent music community, from his early days in various notable 90s punk bands to his tireless activities over the last decade as a sound engineer, producer and co-owner of Montreal’s Hotel2Tango recording studio. JIMH forges a modern experimental Arabic music by wedding melisma tic singing in classic Arabic styles and electronic compositions with contemporary electronic production.