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Hi All,

My name is kanetik, I am part of uk based group called OPA.NARISE who have just finished our first self titled album...We worked on the album for just over 5 years and is now ready for the world to hear.

The album is based around a single idea of a slowly changing mood, ranging form atmospheres of tension and anger to calm and serenity.

we've taken the rough formula of hip hop and added deeper instrumentation and wider soundscapes, plus aimed to have different structures for each of the songs on the album. The instrumentals are added to with spoken word, poetry, singing and rhyming from various artists involved with us.

The aim of the album is to provide the listener with a completely involving journey from start to finish, using the various medias to achieve that, we cover thoughts ranging from observations of the way we live day to day, to political views, to spiritual angles and possibilities.

peace opanarise.com

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