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Dina Samra

Dina has lived in over 6 different countries throughout her lifetime including Belgium, Switzerland and Egypt. She did her undergrad in AUC & NYU. She started falling in love with the Indie music scene after her year abroad in New York and now truely values the meaning of underground music. She is an avid foodie and loves to try new restaurants. She currently works at Hult International Business School in Boston where she builds partnerships with top 100 companies in order to increase employment for students.

Ra Ra Riot’s Beta Love – An 80’s Style Pop Dream

Ra Ra Riot has finally released their most anticipated album yet. It’s the bands first release minus cellist Alexandra Lawn and the change is visible in almost every song on the album. The first time I listened to their first single Beta Love I could tell the band took a turn down the road of […]

Charlie What?

In my last article, I underlined the importance of protecting and respecting freedom of speech. But, as it often happens with most freedoms and rights, there is a limit not to be crossed. And where does that line (not talking about the one Mr Morsi referred to last week) stand? Well, now we all have […]

Even Warriors Need a PR Manager

Hezbollah (aka “Party of God”) is an Iranian-funded Shia Muslim militia created in the 1980s, in the midst of Lebanon’s civil war.  Much has been said about the “propaganda war” the group has been waging, a war that found its Peak with the building of a multi-million dollar museum in the town of Mleeta celebrating […]

The XX : Live in Concert

The XX are back with their new album Coexist which will be released September 11th. The first and only single to be released thus far is “Angels” which teases the audience with the simplest form of love songs. The beauty of The XX is that they don’t have to say/do much; their music takes over […]

Marina and her Electra Heart

Marina and The Diamonds are back stronger than ever. Trying extremely hard to break into the pop culture scene, their new album Electra Heart does exactly what they set out to do. With hard-hitting dance pop songs such as their first single “Primadonna” and “The State of Dreaming” Marina’s soaring vocals packing some genuine emotion will […]

The More Mature Sounds of Hot Chip

Hot Chip are back- for those of you thinking “were they even here to begin with?” then you have sadly missed out. Their second album The Warning brought the hit “Over and Over” which was a dynamic dance track giving homage to their English roots. Their third album Made in the Dark brought us us their […]

The Sounds of the Unknown: Beach House – Bloom

Calling their fourth album Bloom, fits quite well with this dynamic dream pop-duo from Baltimore, who have grown with each album they have released and blossomed into the mystical act they are today.  The genre dream pop is labeled that way due to the slow atmospheric rhythms that are created by using hypnotizing composition and […]