You have just released a new single, Alpha. It’s in Kannada; why did you choose this over other languages?
At the outset, it’s great to be talking to you again and thank you for showing interest in the film “Alpha” and the associated single “Kolegara” (The Killer). Kannada is a classical Indian language spoken widely in the southern state of Karnataka, the state I belong to. Many of your readers would be aware of the multi-lingual, multi-cultural ethos prevalent in India since times immemorial. This language stands as testimony to such rich and seemingly infinite legacy. The film “Alpha”, which is about the alpha state of sleep and certain experiences in that state that shape up the protagonist’s life, is scripted in Kannada, naturally alluding to the language for the song. So, as they say, a film chooses its crew, it also chooses the language I guess. Continue reading “World Void Web’s Alpha Interview”
Today, we are speaking with World Void Web. Can you give us a little background information about yourself? How did you get into music?
Well, I’d like to think of it as music getting into me instead of me getting into music. I have been listening to music since a very young age, much like most of the readers here. I am from Bangalore, India and as a kid I was exposed to sounds from the west and the east, something that Indians are blessed with. Continue reading “Exploring the World Void Web”
September 9th marks the release date for Think Void, the debut release by World Void Web (WVW). The Album is a culmination of the evolution made by World Void Web over the last few years, each recording session marking a further coat of polish on a thematically-dense album. Over the course of 54 minutes, listeners will be treated to a number of stylistic nods to various genres (including but not limited to progressive rock, metal, and psychedelic artists). Continue reading “World Void Web Set to Release Think Void 9/9”