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Ibn el Leil: A Track-By-Track Study

A few years ago, Mashrou’ Leila were the fresh-faced newcomers to the Lebanese indie scene. Now, they’re dropping what could be the most influential indie Arab record of the decade. 1,419 more words

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Interview with Hamed Sinno, frontman of Mashrou’ Leila - Flouting Arab pop convention

Mashrou’ Leila is the most popular indie rock band in the Middle East – and the most controversial. Singing about politics and gay desire, they have faced bans in various countries. 28 more words