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Beirut Official Site

Get tour dates, music, t-shirts and a bit of background on the band.

Will Hermes: "Rock's Balkanized Root to the Indies," The New York Times, October 2007

Hermes explores the growing international fusion trend in pop rock, focusing on Beirut's brilliant mash-ups. Beirut, alongside bands like DeVotchka and A Hawk and A Hacksaw, draws from Eastern European cultures without necessarily imitating the musical styles closely. The Times asks why this tendency is becoming an indie trend.

Matt Fink: "Zach Condon: Found In Translation," Under the Radar, October 2007

This interview with Condon gets personal and stays interesting, providing a powerful image of a very young Zach Condon handling a load of intense transitions with grace.

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