Producer/guitarist Tony Lowe and drummer Mark Brzezicki are at the forefront of ‘Invisible Din’, an album project that is a unique Symphonic, Progressive Rock experience, and a collaboration with musicians from King Crimson, Van der Graaf Generator, Big Country, Procol Harum, GTR, Lifesigns, and Landmarq, amongst others.
Released in November 2016, ‘Invisible Din’ can be compared to Genesis, King Crimson, Yes, Roger Waters, Alan Parson’s Project and Brand X. It is written and produced by Tony Lowe who recently co-produced the ‘Starless Starlight‘ album by David Cross & Robert Fripp and the amazing ‘Cold Reading‘ 2014 album by Bram Stoker, which became one of that year’s best selling Prog titles at CDS Towers…
A peasant returns to his village as a rich man. Here he finds that he still has feelings for his ex-girlfriend, even though she is now married to another man. Trying to get rid of these feelings, he gets married to another girl who is madly in love with him. This only makes things harder for him and pushes him to have an affair. The break of the first world war puts him next to the cheated husband and they soon find out that their lives might depend on the other man. Will they be able to put everything aside in order to survive, or will they be consumed by their hatred for each other?
Mina is a young single mother living in Oslo with her 6 year old son Felix. She is an Norwegian Pakistani with a troublesome relationship with her family. Mina is constantly looking for love and has relations to different men, however none of the relationships bearing any hope of lasting very long. So when Mina meets Jesper, a Swedish film director, she falls head over heals in love.
Escalay: The Water Wheel is not only the most popular album by the Nubian-born soloist Hamza El Din, it's arguably the best-known album of traditional Egyptian folk music in the west.
One of the first African musicians to gain widespread international recognition, Hamza El Din is a Nubian master of the oud, or the fretless lute. Western listeners are as likely as not to have been exposed to his work via the Grateful Dead, who played with him on-stage occasionally.