“And the riot be the rhyme of the unheard.” – Rage Against the Machine

“All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

A lot of deeply moving music has fallen on deaf ears. This is due to many unfortunate and unfortunately trivial factors: it might have been written at a time in which another style was favored, it might have been shunned by the political regime under which it was written, it might have lacked the support to reach a broad audience, it could have become neglected because it was linked to an unfavorable time in history, it could have even been too far ahead of its time to be recognized. This blog is dedicated not only to reviving music that is inexplicably unacknowledged, but to present current music which is too rewarding to be overlooked.

We will post articles on composers, performers or musical groups that either currently exist or have a large musical output. Our goal is to get readers to follow these musicians on their own. We try to provide our audience with the means of researching and exploring the featured artists’ works.

We will also post articles on individual pieces of music or a certain amount of pieces. This is to present the music that belongs to artists whose musical careers were too short or too undocumented to explore on a large scale, but whose music is moving nonetheless.

This blog is dedicated to being genre-less and features music from a broad range of sources and styles, whether it is categorizable or not.

If you are interested in contributing to this blog, please email Anteo Fabris (anteo8fabris@gmail.com). We would be more than happy to publish your article.


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