The National - Dubai, UAE
“ 'There are great bands out there producing quality music and then there is stuff that’s not good. Someone who decides to play with spoons on a frying pan and gets his hair dyed green, decides to make music and call himself or herself an independent band – that’s crap,' she says. 'The problem is they put you under the same label. I don’t want to labelled an independent artist just like this spoon-playing green haired dude.'
As well as garnering critical acclaim, Intersection cements Saleh’s as one of the pioneers of the Lebanese indie-music scene. When asked to reflect on her influence, Saleh says is pleased the community is steadily growing."