When the experimental Egyptian freejazz and noise band, The Dwarfs of East Agouza, played in Copenhagen in September, our partner NASIM (Network of Academics, Students and other Interested in the Middle East), a student-driven NGO, caught the three musicians for a cozy and interesting talk about subjects such as self-censorship, cultural appropriation in music and minority history.


Interviewer: Johanne Sparre Rickers
Videography and editing: Stefan Thorndahl

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