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Despite the horror that generated in the time of COVID-19, two boys decided to take a step back away from the news and plug their guitars into cheap soundcards they bought online. It was Omar Prazhari from ATSEA and Ratta Bill from Bedchamber who exchanged visions and ideas, resulting in Glyph Talk and its debut EP "No Music."

"No Music" is rooted in garage punk/post-punk that is devoted to impressing no one. It is an EP written in a corner where nobody cares, containing fast-paced rhythms filled with eccentric guitar riffs engulfed by computerized drums and goofy sound effects. It is an album where music seems like a big joke, and there is no escape other than laughing with them as soon as you hit the play button.

Glyph Talk
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