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Stereo Embers’ Video Premiere: Alexis Farshi’s “Indian Summer”

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Photo Credit: Yev Kazannik

Indie psych/prog/rock artist Alexis Farshi has already made a name for himself remixing Black Sabbath (under his Betsy Spitz moniker), writing a platinum hit with Snoop Dogg, scoring movies and ads, and hanging with Flavor Flav when in London.

Farshi is continuing his hot musical run this year with the release of his Indian Summer EP on February 14th and Stereo Embers is premiering the haunting, shadowy video for the title track off the record.

The multi-talented guitarist, producer, and technical sound wizard upended his daily life to make Indian Summer, moving from his studio in the stylish London borough of Hackney to another studio situated in a barn at the heart of Kent.

Global traveler Farshi is known for his diverse works that explore classical, Dub, electronica, punk, and ancient song. He entwines these sonic threads into a tapestry of ‘60s-meets-‘90s psychedelia-tinged power pop. Inspirations like Andrew Weatherall, later Beatles compositions, and Balearic vibes run through his material.

Indian Summer is a captivating sonic journey that serves as the perfect introduction to Alexis Farshi. It combines an intriguing blend of rock, electronica, and a softer classical approach, along with his heartfelt vocals and melodies.

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