Bedouine is the stage name of Syria-born musician Azniv Korkejian. Korkejian’s sixties folk – driven by a pinch of country funk and her silky voice – makes you yearn for long road trips across the US. Bedouine has traveled so much in her life that her home is literally where she lays her hat. Traveling from Syria, she ended up with her parents in Saudi Arabia, until they won a Green Card lottery and moved to America. There she basically lived everywhere and nowhere, until she settled down in a folk commune in Los Angeles. Bedouine releases her music on boutique label Spacebomb, co-founded by singer-songwriter and producer Matthew E. White.