Typical heartwarming restaurant jazz plays in the background as the sound of glasses and hands moving on the table blend with my voice suggesting Ata, Pouya, Arash and Rojin we do this interview in Farsi, our mother tongue.
Arash participated in Sote’s previous album Sacred Horror in Design and in the recently released
How did the collaboration on Sacred Horror in Design influence Parallel Persia?
My biggest fear was that of repeating ourselves. The difficult thing was that both albums were very close
In Parallel Persia the traditional and the electronic elements that create the sound fully intertwine, while on Sacred Horror in Design they merely teeth off each other. At certain points they intervene and at ot
We previously talked briefly about your love and preoccupation for form and structure. I can’t minimize the part of these two aspects in my own work as they go back to how I entered the field of sound making. Although I played class