22 min

The Intifada Tapes Kerning Cultures

    • Documentary

Stuck in his Palestinian hometown of Jenin during lockdown, Mo’min Swaitat walked into an old music shop where thousands of dusty cassettes lined the walls. They contained decades of Palestinian music and field recordings once confiscated by the Israeli army, long since forgotten, and never meant to make it out of Palestine.

This is the story of what was on those cassettes, and Mo’min’s mission to give them a second life.

This episode was produced by Nadeen Shaker and edited by Dana Ballout. Fact checking by Deena Sabry, sound design and mixing by Nadeen Shaker, Alex Atack and Monzer El Hachem. Our team also includes Zeina Dowidar.

You can listen to the Intifada album on Bandcamp.

Support this podcast on patreon.com/kerningcultures for as little as $2 a month.

Stuck in his Palestinian hometown of Jenin during lockdown, Mo’min Swaitat walked into an old music shop where thousands of dusty cassettes lined the walls. They contained decades of Palestinian music and field recordings once confiscated by the Israeli army, long since forgotten, and never meant to make it out of Palestine.

This is the story of what was on those cassettes, and Mo’min’s mission to give them a second life.

This episode was produced by Nadeen Shaker and edited by Dana Ballout. Fact checking by Deena Sabry, sound design and mixing by Nadeen Shaker, Alex Atack and Monzer El Hachem. Our team also includes Zeina Dowidar.

You can listen to the Intifada album on Bandcamp.

Support this podcast on patreon.com/kerningcultures for as little as $2 a month.

22 min

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