Contributors

Ali G

A hippie at heart, a very poor, bad musician and lastly a UX designer. Music has been a huge part of my life, although I wasn’t introduced to it until recently. In music, I found love, life, depression, success, harmony and rebellion. I like music.

You can follow Ali at @AliAlghamdi

Abdullah

The name is Abdullah, Abdullah Salem. The occupation is silly random hipster. The goal is beam a seismic wave in the core of your groove.

You can follow Abdullah at @bebo_salem

Ali Y

For some reason, people think I have good music taste. Not to be pompous, but If you see a post by me be sure to check out the album of that post’s song; I can’t love a song in a bad album. I’m a 25 years old electrical engineer.

You can follow Ali at @BoredInDammam

Seba

My two main sources of joy are music and minerals. My favorite thing to do is exploring both worlds simultaneously.

Hayat

A twenty two year old student, photographer, and a writer who is lucky enough to be in love with music.

You can follow Hayat at @Hayat_AS

Abdulaziz

My music taste is all over the place, inconsistent. I don’t believe in “guilty pleasure” music, you like what you like and that’s OK. Whether it’s prog, top-40 or country there’s a chance I’ll like it and I’ll make it clear to anyone within earshot.

Gamal

بادوّر على المزيكا تحت ثنايا الذنوب، مستني أزمة منتصف العمر بفارغ الصبر بمخزون كافي من الرام و التتراهيد، و باحب المثلثات.

You can follow Gamal at @Kholeon

Dima

A saucy bitch. jk. maybe not. withering look. anyways, I’m passionate about coding, books, and dreamy English musicians. and I aspire to be as a huge fanatic audiophile as Lane Kim is. okay. whatever. bye.

You can follow Dima at @Othaimeen

Noura

When not being admonished by her friends for being reclusive, Noura can often be seen being amazed/entranced/inspired by the loves of her life: Music, and the written word. Which probably explains why she’s a recluse who speaks about herself in the 3rd person.

Noura’s musical interests vary from “Sex, Drugs, and Rock & Roll” of the 60’s to Sufi Qawwali.

Fatima

Music for me has always been – to paraphrase Thom Yorke – a way to escape.

You can follow Fatima at @falhabeeb

Sara

Well, I guess you could say I’m the most spontaneous, most random person

you’ll ever meet, an explorer, a very normal person, and no, I do not sing in the shower.