Six Pillars’ Broadcast – Nima Tehranchi
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Six Pillars’ Broadcast – Nima Tehranchi

Lyricist, singer, guitarist Nima Tehranchi (Arrows of Love, The Sliding Rule, formerly Hush the Many, Heed the Few) visits the studio to talk about his latest album release PRODUCT Your Soundtrack To The Impending Societal Collapse, 2018, which we’ll sample. Nima is a founding member of Arrows of Love – a five-piece group who released … Continue reading

Currently Listening To…. Telepoetic – Ensehab تيليبويتيك – إنسحاب
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Currently Listening To…. Telepoetic – Ensehab تيليبويتيك – إنسحاب

We’re loving this video of Telepoetic performing live at the OUFUQY festival in Alexandria, Egypt (by Mamoon Azmy). OUFUQY is organised by violinist Ayman Asfour for Gudran Association for Arts and Development, and happens across nine venues. Asfour supports the independent music scene in Egypt also with El-Mashtal (The Greenhouse) which nurtures underground bands in El-Cabina’s … Continue reading

Postcards From Iran II – This Week’s Six Pillars Show
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Postcards From Iran II – This Week’s Six Pillars Show

Postcards From Iran II As far as the most remote producers go, Iran is a high contender. Tehran-based musician Moslem Rasouli brings us yet again, an animated series of voices produced by himself for Six Pillars. Participants were given carte blanche to speak their minds. So, what do Iranians want us to hear? Sexism is … Continue reading

Star Wars Parody
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Star Wars Parody

The Sweden-based sisters-brother trio who are Abjeez have had a hit with this Star Pars parody. We’re loving the switched on references to popular TV culture. It’s not just international, it’s universal.   Abjeez is slang for sister in Persian. They are Safoura and Melody Safavi, along with their sound engineer brother Sufi perform and record … Continue reading