Talks

Duncan Patterson Talks New Album “Grace Road”, Inspiration, Grief & Acceptance

Duncan Patterson has released “Grace Road” after a five-year hiatus, and the new album echoes the artist’s compositions of days gone by. With Palestinian singer Enas Al-Said, “Grace Road” plumbs melancholy and infinite sadness. This album is a beautiful testament to musical skill and honesty, as Enas Al-Said truly understands […]

Lil Obeah Talks New Album; “In my Universe, a Sigh is Louder Than a Scream”

Lil Obeah is a Romanian-based artist who introduces himself as a musical experiment that combines traditional folk sound and deep beats of all dub subgenres. Released at his independent record label, Sound of Art To Come, his latest chapter, “From Transylvania”, ponders national identity, religion, local myths, and the legacy we leave […]

Al-NAMROOD On ‘Worship The Degenerate’ & Their Crusade Against Dogma

Al-Namrood (Arabic: النمرود) is a Saudi Arabian black metal band. The name means “Nimrod”, a Babylonian king, and the group chose the name as a form of defiance against religion. The members are anonymous since their identification could lead to punishment of death from Saudi Arabian authorities. Al-Namrood has released […]

Parisian Collective SaaR Talks New Album “Gods”, Influences & More

Following two albums and a series of eps and splits, the Parisian collective now return with a new full-length album titled “Gods”, a concept album based on the epic poems of Homer. The album borrows mythological themes from the epic story of Ulysses, as depicted by Homer in his Odyssey. Recorded, […]

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