Highlights of this year’s music projects include Sounds in my Head, an immersive, surreal and transformative sound experience, among others.
Their sixth album, Welcome Home, 2016, is also a tribute to their fifth bandmate and trombone player, who had left the group briefly for five years, which is when they became a quartet.
The upcoming album will take listeners on a musical journey about what happened prior to the incident, as well as an epilogue of how the spaceship actually turns into a light beam.
The Norwegian musician is behind a lot of tracks heard on the popular series Vikings
We catch up with this Luxembourg-based band on their India tour
They describe it as somewhere between Fela Kuti and Hugh Masekela, and hilariously add that it’s the kind of music Maceo Parker would probably play if he knew the Mediterranean better.
This international mega charity-based endeavor is to help raise monies for over 30 different charities worldwide that Gary Guitar cares and endorses about.
The scenes in the video are an outcome of a few crazy dreams and thoughts, says Paloma
Set to release in January next year, the album is inspired by the concept of entropy, meaning chaos or lack of order.
“One major difference between us and the prominent post-rock bands of the early 2000s were the structures.”
The band will also debut their new single in Bengaluru, Lucifer Rising / Surrender To What Is