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Jordan Rocks: El Morraba3 Want Your Support

The ever-popular three-piece underground outfit are aiming to raise $40,000 to develop, record and produce their upcoming album and music video and you can be a part of the magic.

With a fan-base already substantial in size and steadily on the rise with every new release and live performance, Jordan-based, independent rock band El Morraba3 are confident in raising the funds needed to unravel a “musical vision” satisfying both ends of the venture; band and fans alike. The crowd-funding campaign on Zoomaal.com, active 30 July to 31 August 2015, aims to raise $40,000 to go directly into recording, producing and manufacturing CDs and LPs of their new album to be released by the end of 2015, and cover the budget of the album’s artwork and design in its entirety as well as the budget for a new music video. Donations also go to the new album’s marketing campaign and the PR. But that's not all: the band plans on rewarding their fans, who have a choice of donating from $5 to $1000 on Zoomaal.com, with an incredible bonus-selection of LTD posters, pre-release downloads, signed LP vinyls, backstage passes, private performances and co-producer credits, with several rewards delivered by the band themselves right to your door! (As ethical and as decent as it could get we reckon).

So to all you rock music fans out there it’s safe to note that El Morabba3 is a hard working, multi-talented and socially engaged three-piece blend of poetically expressive lyrics sung by Muhammed Abdula on bass and vocal duties, elaborate guitar lines, keys and synth by producer Odai Shawagfeh, and skillful, subtle rhythms by cameraman and director Dirar Shawagfeh. The band will be going on tour in Egypt with concert details, dates and venues to be announced soon (so watch this space!). They kick-start their journey on the 30th of July in Amman at Odeon Theatre, and call on the support of all their fans across the Middle-East to help fund their campaign and please by the thousands in return.

 

 

 


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