In this Thursday, June 6, 2013 photo, fans of "Mahraganat" Arabic word for "festivals," singers Sadat and Fifty, not pictured, dance during their performance at the International Film Festival in Ismailia, 139 Kilometers (86 miles) from Cairo, Egypt. A new musical sound emerged from the underground in Egypt since the country's 2011 revolution, a rapid-fire electronic beat, mixed with hypnotic rhythms drawn from religious festivals and fired up with auto-tuned vocals. Besides getting club crowds dancing all night long, it has given a rebellious voice to long marginalized youth, telling stories of everyday life in beaten-down neighborhoods of Cairo. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)

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In this Thursday, June 6, 2013 photo, fans of  "Mahraganat" Arabic word for "festivals," singers Sadat and Fifty, not pictured, dance during their performance at the International Film Festival in Ismailia, 139 Kilometers (86 miles) from Cairo, Egypt. A new musical sound emerged from the underground in Egypt since the country's 2011 revolution, a rapid-fire electronic beat, mixed with hypnotic rhythms drawn from religious festivals and fired up with auto-tuned vocals. Besides getting club crowds dancing all night long, it has given a rebellious voice to long marginalized youth, telling stories of everyday life in beaten-down neighborhoods of Cairo. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)
In this Thursday, June 6, 2013 photo, fans of "Mahraganat" Arabic word for "festivals," singers Sadat and Fifty, not pictured, dance during their performance at the International Film Festival in Ismailia, 139 Kilometers (86 miles) from Cairo, Egypt. A new musical sound emerged from the underground in Egypt since the country's 2011 revolution, a rapid-fire electronic beat, mixed with hypnotic rhythms drawn from religious festivals and fired up with auto-tuned vocals. Besides getting club crowds dancing all night long, it has given a rebellious voice to long marginalized youth, telling stories of everyday life in beaten-down neighborhoods of Cairo. (AP Photo/Nariman El-Mofty)
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