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Who Killed Bruce Lee

Who Killed Bruce Lee

Who Killed Bruce Lee


WHO KILLED BRUCE LEE [EP] www.whokilledbrucelee.com - www.soundcloud.com/wkbl - www.youtube.com/wkblband Biography BAND LINEUP Guitars, Lead Vox // Wassim Bou Malham Keys'n'synth, b.Vox // Hassib Dergham Drums, b.Vox // Malek Rizkallah Bass, b.Vox // Pascal Sarkis --------------------------------------------// WHO KILLED BRUCE LEE EP coming up December 2012 All tracks written, arranged and performed by WKBL. Recorded, engineered and mixed by Fadi Tabbal at TuneFork Studios, Beirut, LB. Read more on Last.fm
WHO KILLED BRUCE LEE [EP] www.whokilledbrucelee.com - www.soundcloud.com/wkbl - www.youtube.com/wkblband Biography BAND LINEUP Guitars, Lead Vox // Wassim Bou Malham Keys'n'synth, b.Vox // Hassib Dergham Drums, b.Vox // Malek Rizkallah Bass, b.Vox // Pascal Sarkis --------------------------------------------// WHO KILLED BRUCE LEE EP coming up December 2012 All tracks written, arranged and performed by WKBL. Recorded, engineered and mixed by Fadi Tabbal at TuneFork Studios, Beirut, LB. Produced by WKBL and Fadi Tabbal. Mastered by LOPAZZ at Mixmastering.de, Heidelberg, DE. Character Design by Patrick-Sfeir.com - Logo+Package Design by whitenoise.me 2012 ---------------------------------------// >> WKBL Awarded "Best Local Cover Act" by the critics at TimeOut Beirut When WKBL get on the stage things tend to get wild as they hammer through indie, electro and rock 'n' roll favourites from the Strokes and Jet to their synthed up version of LCD Soundsystem's 'North American Scum'. The band consisting of Wassim Bou Malham on guitar and lead vocals, Hassib Dergham on keyboard, Malek Rizkallah on drums and Pascal Sarkis on bass have been playing together for years under different outfits.

Since forming as WKBL, they've been gigging all across the city. Musically, the band is tight; think of them as human jukeboxes who transform themselves into said band in the blink of an eye. ----TimeOut Beirut Gig Photos by Carl Hallal https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.496558767024003.119027.199846923361857&type=1&l=b374948c2c 2011---------------------------------------// Band gigs all over Beirut. Pubs, festivals, clubs and hotdog stands are burnt to the ground. Scoop City: “Who Killed Bruce Lee” A title that makes you wonder what went on when they came up with the name. Established in 2010, the band got together and created one of the tightest, musically rich, and innovative groups in Lebanon’s local music scene. Playing the best of indie, electro, rock n’ roll, and more, they provided audiences with a chance to sing along, dance and get wild as they blasted out those tunes loud and strong.

The band’s foundation is made up of the raw tools used in rock, consisting of guitar, keyboard, bass and drums. Utilizing each instrument to its fullest, Wassim’s guitar wailing out the guitar riffs as Pascale’s groovy bass lines lock-in with Malek’s drums, only to have Hassib’s keyboard styling’s give the music that extra “zing” that lifts the songs to another level. This band has the perfect makeup for an “underground/indie” rock group whether it comes to song selection, musicianship or audience interaction. ScoopCity met up with the band, for our funniest interview yet: http://www.scoopcity.com/index.php?option=com_pressdetail&view=events&item=127 2010 ---------------------------------------// WKBL lineup gets together. Read more on Last.fm.

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