This article was published at StepFeed on March 24, 2016. The boys of the Syrian rock band Tanjaret Daghet are as timid as they are intense; responding with a sense of unapologetic rawness and candor to questions we asked on identity, being Syrian in Lebanon and the current regional situation.
Month: March 2016
This article was published at StepFeed on March 22, 2016. These Lebanese acts should definitely be rocking your playlist! Sandmoon Formed in 2010 and fronted by singer/songwriter Sandra Arslanian, Sandmoon is an indie pop/folk band whose sound can fairly be described as both powerful and delicate. Based in Beirut, and trained as
This article was published at StepFeed on March 17, 2016. Lebanon’s indie music scene is definitely alive and strong! Mashrou’ Leila With a tour kicking off in March to promote their newly released album “Ibn el Leil,” internationally acclaimed Lebanese indie group Mashrou’ Leila is one band you should definitely keep
This article was published at StepFeed on March 14, 2016. For Maysa Daw, a young Palestinian indie singer/songwriter, the road to success has not been easy – but with sheer determination on her part and the support of the Palestinian alternative music scene, change is happening. Making international headlines in
This article was published at StepFeed on March 9, 2016. Formed in Lebanon in 2010, Who Killed Bruce Lee is an alternative indie-electro-rock band who can fairly be described as the Middle East’s answer to Queens of the Stone Age. Currently touring Europe, the band doesn’t shy away from its roots
This article was published at StepFeed on March 8, 2016. If you’re feeling a little discouraged about the situation of women’s rights in the Middle East today and are looking to boost your morale, then we’ve got the list for you. From Palestine to Syria, Egypt to Morocco and Iraq,