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"Saban Sabee"

"Saban Sabee," derived from the Acehnese language meaning "togetherness" in English, is a composition that symbolizes unity and addresses social issues. The song carries a profound message, reminding us of the importance of solidarity, active listening, and humility. It encourages us to see and hear with the eyes of our hearts, recognizing the value in every life journey.

 

Released in December 2019, "Saban Sabee" is a reimagined version of a song originally produced by the Acehnese band Kande in 2006. Keubitbit revitalized the track, adding a fresh, contemporary touch.

 

The single earned Keubitbit the prestigious Anugerah Musik Indonesia (AMI) Award for Best World Music Production Work in 2020.

 

Credits:

Music Producer: Keubitbit

Recording Studio: Rioto Studio, Aloel Studio

Mixing: Rio Hamonangan

Mastering: Rio Hamonangan

Director: Jeri Taufik Lizam 

Starring: Rachel

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"Zoel"

"Zoel" is one of the tracks from Keubitbit's debut album, Story of Aceh. Released in June 2017, Story of Aceh delves profoundly into the cultural heritage of Acehnese music, drawing inspiration from the region's vibrant historical legacy.

 

Serving as the foundation for Keubitbit's ongoing musical odyssey, Story of Aceh encapsulates their commitment to preserving and honoring Acehnese traditional culture through the medium of sound.

 

A little story behind this song: "Zoel" is named after Zoelkifli, reflecting Keubitbit's journey from its inception to the present day. This song is dedicated to all the artists and esteemed teachers in Aceh, especially to Abang Zoelkifli. The middle section of the song features the Serune Kalee, a traditional wind instrument from Aceh.

 

Credits:

Music Producer: Safrullah ‘Aloel’

Video Director: Jeri Taufik Lizam

Recording Studio: Rioto Studio

 

Bass: Safrullah ‘Aloel’

Drum: Indra Fahmi Hakim

Guitar: Faiz Pradana

Keyboard: Madra Primana

Synthesizer: Ivan Alidiyan

Saxophone: Raden Trio Ananda Bagus Prakoso

Percussion (Rapa’i): Teuku Hariansyah ‘Apoen’

Percussion (Rapa’i): Indra Maulana

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"Peumulia Jamee"

After releasing their debut album in 2017, Keubitbit followed up with a new single titled "Peumulia Jamee," available on digital platforms.

 

Unlike their previous music videos, this time Keubitbit featured the Ratoh Jaroe dance, an urban dance that developed in Jakarta as an evolution of several traditional seated dances from Aceh.

 

This serves as a form of appreciation and gratitude from Keubitbit to Yusri Saleh (D'gam) for introducing the Ratoh Jaroe dance to the international stage.

 

Credits:

Music Producer: Keubitbit
Mixing & Mastering: Rio Hamonangan
Director: Jeri Taufik Lizam
Starring: Thania Sharland & Samanonbir (MAN 11 Jakarta)

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"Sep Sep Hansep" Live at Moscow Jazz Festival 2023

"Sep Sep Hansep" narrates the human quest for fulfillment, unveiling the transient nature of material accomplishments and the anticipation of a greater purpose in the hereafter.

 

Hailing from Indonesia, Keubitbit, influenced by the coastal tunes of Aceh in Sumatra, delved deeply into Acehnese musical heritage, adeptly merging ethnic music with modern elements, with their works often delving into themes of social conditions, cultural diversity, and traditions, mainly from Aceh, as well as various issues from different aspects of life, earned the chance to perform live at the Moscow Jazz Festival 2023 in Russia.

 

Credits:

Song: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Lyrics: Fahmil Arabi, Safrullah 'Aloel'

Arrangement: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Audio Source: Moscow

Mixing & Mastering: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Video Source: Keubitbit & Warta Jazz

Video Editing: Ikhwan Harpianda

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"Tarek Pukat" Live at Moscow Jazz Festival 2023

Wherever it resonates, "Tarek Pukat" holds special significance, inviting listeners to embark on a journey to appreciate the sea's magnificence and witness the joy of Acehnese fishermen in their daily fishing rituals.

 

Originating from Indonesia, Keubitbit, drawing inspiration from Aceh's coastal music, intricately fused Acehnese musical traditions with contemporary elements, presented their work live at the Moscow Jazz Festival 2023 in Russia.

 

Credits:

Song/Lyrics: Endatu Folk Song

Arrangement: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Audio Source: Moscow

Mixing & Mastering: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Video Source: Keubitbit & Warta Jazz

Video Editing: Ikhwan Harpianda

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"Hembala" Live at Moscow Jazz Festival 2023 (Tribute For Endatu)

"Hembala," a timeless masterpiece that captures the historical essence of Aceh, Indonesia, is intricately woven into our musical rendition, harmonizing tradition with innovation.

 

Keubitbit, originating from Indonesia and inspired by the coastal music of Sumatra, notably Aceh, intricately blended Acehnese musical traditions with modern elements, earned the chance to perform this song as a tribute to Endatu at the Moscow Jazz Festival 2023 in Russia.

 

Credits:

Song/Lyrics: Zoelkifli, Endatu Folk Song, Safrullah 'Aloel' Keubitbit

Arrangement: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Audio Source: Moscow

Mixing & Mastering: Safrullah 'Aloel'

Video Source: Keubitbit & Warta Jazz

Video Editing: Ikhwan Harpianda

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Keubitbit Pulang Kampung (Keubitbit Returns to Hometown)

During our 2023 return to our hometown, Aceh, Indonesia, we had the opportunity to present Keubitbit's work once again in collaboration with Bank Indonesia Aceh at the "Meuseuraya Fest 2023."

 

Credit:

Video Editing: Ikhwan Harpianda

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Keubitbit Goes to Russia

This vlog encapsulates various moments we captured during Keubitbit's tour in Russia, serving as cherished memories for us and as souvenirs for our listeners since 2014.

 

Credits:

Video Recording: Agus Setiawan Basuni & Keubitbit

Editing: Raden Trio Ananda Bagus Prakoso