Slutterhouse

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Slutterhouse
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Nabil Saliba (left) and Rabih Salloum (right)
Background information
Origin Beirut, Lebanon
Genres Electronic, Pop, Rock and Roll
Years active 2006 – Present
Labels Ringside Production
Website [1]
Members Rabih Salloum
Nabil Saliba

Slutterhouse is a Lebanese electropop duo based in Beirut and Paris. It was formed in 2006 by singer and songwriter Rabih Salloum and producer Nabil Saliba (aka Trash Inc.).[1] The duo itself describes its music as a "crossover between underground electronica, mainstream club music, and rock n’ roll".[2]

The group's first album, Made In Dance, was released in September 2009 in Lebanon and the Middle East[3] and was met with critical praise by both the local press and audience.[4] Inside the Station - Remix EP was released in digital stores worldwide on April 15, 2010.[5]

On November 14, 2011, Slutterhouse released a new single, Stop Me, and announced that their second album, entitled Another Lie, would be released in late December.[6]

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