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May 31, 2012

Sometimes we get no feedback at all about anything we do – so it’s is great when someone acknowledges our work. Thanks for this, EarWave.

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I’ve been listening to Secret Archives of the Vatican for a few months now and I was very pleased to hear that they are getting some attention from the BBC; Bobby Friction on the BBC’s Asian Network featured the band as last week’s BBC Introducing artist.

Secret Archives of the Vatican describe themselves as ‘Transglobal Breakbeat Dub Science’, one of the finest genre classifications I have ever heard, and the term is remarkably accurate.  Fusing dub and dubstep style bass grooves with breakbeats and traditional eastern melodies Secret Archives create a musical style quite different from what you may have heard before.

The band’s latest release ‘Panjandrum’ was released in February this year and is great testament to their diverse musical influences.  It’s available from Bandcamp for as little or as much as you’d like to pay.  It’s definitely well worth a listen.

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