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Win Two Tickets to Yasmine Hamdan, London This Week!

Singer Yasmine Hamdan has been nurturing her solo career since disbanding her popular Lebanese duo act Soap Kills, and have made her a recognised force for experimental pop not just in the Arab-speaking world, but beyond.

Hamdan is due to perform at Bush Hall, London this Thursday 14th October 2013. To win yourself two tickets read on!

One iteration of her solo career has been Y.A.S. with Mirwais (of 80s French electronic new wave band Taxi Girl, and producer/co-wroter of several Madonna albums). HAmdan then began working Marc Collin (Nouvelle Vague (band)) writing and producing her self-titled solo debut album, which came out in France and Lebanon in 2012 on Kwaidan Records), and is released internationally (in a revised version with five new tracks) in 2013 by Crammed Discs under the title Ya Nass.
To witness the pop, folk and electronic arrangements with melodies and lyrics inspired by various Middle-Eastern traditions, write in to us and claim your tickets by answering this question:

What was the first album released by Soapkills in 1999 called? 
Answers to info at resonancefm dot com - we'll pick one within 12 hours!

Hamdan is due to appear in Jim Jarmusch's forthcoming film, and is currently writing and recording an original soundtrack for the theatre production Rituel Pour une M├ętamorphose by Syrian playwright Saadallah Wannous.

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