On this week’s episode of Quickfire Questions, Lynn Sheikh Moussa sitsdown with filmmaker and video journalist, Lujain Jo to talk...
Interbellum’s Karl Mattar would much rather let his music speak for itself than sit for an interview, he lets me...
Thousands stood in solidarity with Mashrou’ Leila, following the cancellation of their concert at the Byblos International Festival, through a...
France-based Camp Claude’s Diane Sagnier talks about Beirut and her electropop music in a round of Quickfire Questions at Beirut...
Beirut Today interviews indie band Waynick on making easily relatable music, their debut EP and managing a band.
Beirut Today spoke to Day None about his electronic music, his style, his future aspirations, and all around vibe.
“Any time one of these places suffer, we all suffer as a community and that's why we all work together to keep them afloat and keep ourselves afloat."
Five Egyptian musicians walk into Bayt Em Nazih and set the crowd on fire with their unique blend of rock and social activism.
In response to his critics, Marcel Khalife released a statement protesting the situation the country is in because of the current political leadership.
Ilvy grip and hook their listeners with a consistently surprising "wall of sound" that ranges from heavy instrumentals to light ambient sounds.
Postcards on their new dream pop album, the dualities of Beirut, and the waves in the music scene.
The diversity in musical styles and interests among the different members of Kozo makes it difficult to categorize the band into any single subgenre of post-rock