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hanni el khatib - "savage times (the complete collection)"


one out of five stars (ouch!)

(i had forgotten about all the f-bombs in the first song, so she heard about 30 seconds of that before i skipped to track two. 450 more words


Roundin' Up The Raves: Nikki Lane, The Orwells, Hanni El Khatib

Sure. I take one week off from recommending new albums in order to revisit my oft-neglected 834 part series known as The Story, thinking it’s going to be a quiet couple of weeks for new releases, only to find a slew of good music vigorously rocking on my eardrums, insistent on wanting to come inside my brain and party. 131 more words


This Week's BOTD & LOCAL A - 02.25.17!

We kick off this week’s show starting with a break/breakdown theme:

Unbroken are the beards in Modern English who are back & our BEARD OF THE DAY band: 46 more words

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Earwax Issue 2- Electric Boogaloo

Take a listen to what our contributors and editors have been playing this week.

Hanni El Khatib
Savage Times
By Marty Gatto

The mediocre songs are few and far between on Hanni El Khatib’s new al­bum Savage Times. 1,731 more words

Hanni El Khatib Talks Getting 'Unhinged' On His Rock-And-Roll Mixtape 'Savage Times'

There is nothing even remotely hip-hop about Hanni El Khatib.

Listening to the San Franciscan skate rat and garage rocker brings to mind howling ghosts of Southern blues clubs, people whose names started with “Blind” as opposed to “Kool” (and no, not the… 1,721 more words

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Review | Hanni El Khatib - Savage Times

Rating: 8/10

By Kieran Webber

Hanni El Khatib’s latest release ‘Savage Times’ is the entire collection of the five EP’s released in 2016 as well as a handful of new and exclusive tracks, the expansive project that is bundled into one LP is an ambitious one but the 19 track LP is an exciting and ever changing journey into the musical brain of Hanni. 300 more words


Hanni El Khatib - 'Savage Times' (2017)

San-Franciscan Hanni El Khatib has had an interesting rise to fame. Initially working as creative director for streetwear label HUF, Khatib began recording himself playing guitar and singing, which eventually led to the co-founding of record label Innovative Leisure. 505 more words