Tag: outlandish

  • Outlandish – No More (Junoon 20)

    Outlandish – No More (Junoon 20)

    Salman from the world-famous Pakistani Rockband Junoon asked if we wanted to do a cover of one of their songs for their 20th Anniversary. The challenge was big and there was much to live up to. The first song we picked was Ghoom from their album Parvaas, Waqas all time favorite Junoon song, we also featured it on our Compilation Beats Rhymes & Life. The choice however fell on one of the only songs Junoon has done in English. The theme fit scarily too well to the situation in Pakistan and we chose tho give our take on it.

  • Live, breathe, sleep Junoon

    Live, breathe, sleep Junoon

    LAHORE – The trio was the heaviest thing that the Pakistani youth had ever come across. The hard, electric guitar riffs had sunk their talons in the minds of confused, angsty youth. Ali Azmat’s voice – oozing with power and machismo, but tinged with a haunting and yearning at the same time – crooned away songs of heartbreak, and belted out anthems of revolt against authority; Brian O Connell (a unique phenomenon of being a foreigner in a Pakistani band), a plucked placidly at his bass strings, cool as a cucumber, but producing some of the most solid bass-lines, while Salman Ahmed, who had once upon a time played for the Vital Signs, fiercely churned his guitars, almost to ear deafening level. It was an impeccable combination of gritty Pakistani rock – actual rock.

  • Celebration: 20 years of Junoon

    Celebration: 20 years of Junoon

    KARACHI: Junoon may not be a part of Pakistan’s mainstream music after Ali Azmat calling it quits in 2005, but lead guitarist and founder Salman Ahmad believes it’s “time to put the ‘Junooni’ spirit back into your lives”.

  • Outlandish – “TriumF” Feat. Providers – Official Video (:labelmade: records)

    New video from the Danish supergroup Outlandish. “TriumF” feat Providers.

  • Waqas Ali – “Apun Ke Mafik” – Official Video

    First single from Waqas Ali (Outlandish) new Solo project Apun Ke Mafik

  • Outlandish for Pakistan – “After Every Rainfall Must Come A Rainbow” (Dansk Røde Kors)

    donated “After Rainfall Everything Must Come A Rainbow” to the Red Cross’ work in Pakistan.

  • Let Off Some Steam – Outlandish [Music Video]

    The official video of Let Off Some Steam shot in Queens New York , The track is taken from the Outlandish album SOUND OF A REBEL.

  • Outlandish unpluged interview with Gulf News (video)

    tabloid! speaks to Danish hip hop group Outlandish about the difficulties of maintaining friendships in the music business and how they’ve rekindled inspiration for their latest album Sound of a Rebel. The band also gives a sneak preview of their latest track Feels like saving the world.

  • Rock All Day by Outlandish [watch video with lyrics now]

    . Video for ROCK ALL DAY by Outlandish. Video directed by Mr. Jakob Printzlau, also known as the leadsinger of The Fashion. The track is taken from the new Outlandish album SOUND OF A REBEL. (scroll down for lyrics) The first nine seconds are the same as the opening instrumental piece of the famous Algerian […]