Sometimes there's nothing more rejuvenating than rejection.
Before we get into this month's mosiki mixtape, 2 albums dropped this month which you should go and listen to. Ali Suhail's fifth studio album Pursuit of Irrelevence is available on Patari, Spotify, and pretty much every music app so there's no excuse really (except SoundCloud which is why it's not in our mixtape). You
On ‘All This Time’, Ali Suhail sings: ‘‘and the cracks begin to show / in the sky i’ve always known / to be clay’. It’s not only one of the best lyrics he’s penned, but also a summary of how ‘Pursuit of Irrelevance’ feels to listen to. Concrete melodies that initially seem steadfast break apart
This March we've had a new album from Ali Suhail, which drops today on Patari, an excellent beat-tape from Khan Solo, and new singles from Nomad, Asfandyar Khan, Hatim and more. Let's get into this month's mosiki mixtape eh? Khan Solo - Stargirl As we’ve written before, Berkeley-based Omar Khan’s beat-tape ‘Stargirl’ was one
At this year’s Lahore Music Meet, Ali Suhail played a headline set at the Al Hamra, and also provided guitar support for Shajie and Poor Rich Boy. On the side, he’s part of indie outfit Sikandar Ka Mandar. So as a prominent figure on the alternative scene, it’s particularly exciting when Suhail announced his
Cheeems is one of those chameleonic artists who seems able to do anything. In the bouncy ‘round the bend’, he takes on the stripes of chill dance music. In the stellar ‘Water’, he’s bluesier and poppier, before switching up into a sort of psych-funk breakdown. In 'Island Dawn', he’s a lo-fi bedroom singer-songwriter. But if