How have your cultural experiences shaped you and your music? Sometimes this can be humiliating, but in other cases it is the only way to execute if you want something extraordinary. Although the track can seem like an appendage to the rest of the album, I find its placement to be highly intentional. You learn very loudly, and you learn it in public. I find this rare in the Middle East. She was there when 170,000 people arrived in one month to the island.
But it became irresponsible, as my work is empty without my internal world being exposed. This shifting, cyclic border a shoreline represents can be found in many forms in Torino — after all, angels are the commuters between heaven and earth, perhaps truly at home in neither realm because of it. We spoke with Rezanejad also a member of Copenhagen synthpop outfit Lust For Youth via email about her artistic process, the influence of Carl Jung, and the complexities of identity. In 2015, Rezanejad founded Silicone Records, the label through which her solo projects have been released.
Inasmuch as the orphan relates to being alone, it's also about the obsession for breaking and challenging systems. It takes guts to get to know yourself. I respect people who are willing to go that far. There are people in this world, they are remarkable in their presence because they neutralize competition. Frederik Iversen plays trombone on December Song.
It is still possible to hide behind a persona, but the walls are frangible and bound to break and make you human again. He was also in on this entire album, both as an instrumentalist and as coproducer. Some of us take drugs and join the clubs to find light, to connect with other people who can agree that we are altogether here in search of family, acceptance, some kind of home in an unstable, sometimes rotten place. Patti Smith said if you build a name and really go with it, you make that name your currency.
Atusa Zamani plays sitar on Elegie. My friend Nat was visiting me from Berlin when I only had demos for the tracks that ended up on Six Archetypes. My morals make me a terrible liar, but I am also an expert in contradiction. How did it come to be? But on Six Archetypes, her compositions and instrumentation are more complex, her textural palette has expanded, and the human subjects of these songs are prismatic, of many forms and species. Six Archetypes, the debut album from , an artist from Copenhagen by way of New York, was released on January 19.
Anahita Cross The Shore 4. Born in 1989 in New York City, the child of relocated Iranian dissidents, Rezanejad was raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she currently studies at the Rhythmic Music Conservatory. It was a bridge that broke several times, with many doubts that had to be reassured, and with many people who supported my breath and gave me a hand to recollect everything. The archetypes are observations of myself as a multifaceted person.
But every song here is intricate, analytical, cerebral - each one a different world, a different voice. Your parents are Iranian, you were raised in New York and now live in Copenhagen. Once learning better about ourselves, we can use that knowledge to assemble communities. If you wish to withdraw your consent and stop hearing from us, simply click the unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email we send or contact us at info hyponik.
So it all started with him and our friend Tao guessing the words to the demos I was recording. My friend Madeleine Kate went to Lesbos in 2015 looking to interview Syrians seeking asylum. We will never pass on the personal information collected unless we obtain the consent of the individual concerned or as required by law. He thought that children orphan themselves by abandoning their heritage for the pursuit of a particular quest, one which in no way fits their parents' or caretakers' expectations. An idea or ideology can become so common that the mass establishes a system of expectations: one person's idea becomes the people's image.
He is a soldier in his Cossack boots or a pale, blonde woman selling cigarettes. How did you get involved with Lust For Youth? Inasmuch as the orphan relates to being alone, it's also about the obsession for breaking and challenging systems. You are someone who changes quickly, and expresses that conversion through an artform. In the next years, Rezanejad shifted into more abstract and abrasive structures with three releases under the now-retired Angeles moniker. Playing a concert is like building a relationship. Those are thoughts I will work on for the next release, and generally as a life principle.
We worked on the songs intensively until everything fell into place. It is at least sincere—I live in Scandinavia where people can afford post-irony. Like pulling tarot cards, Six Archetypes progresses through The Guardian, The Orphan, The Seeker, The Russian, The Idealist, and The Prostitute. He's a generous listener and capable of delicate thoughts. If electronic artist had taken a different career path, you could imagine her powerful voice booming through classical concert halls.