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Discover the essence of the modern age with Rohan Houssein’s “Obscene Epoque” poetry and music

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Rohan Houssein’s latest artistic endeavor, “Obscene Epoque,” offers a poignant and intense observation of the current era. Through his poetic lyrics and gentle delivery, Houssein navigates the tumultuous landscape of today’s world with a sense of musicality that is both powerful and profound.

The accompanying music video serves as a visual representation of Houssein’s lyrical journey, with scenes set in a temple adorned with Greek colonnades—a symbolic nod to the timeless values that are integral to humanity and must be safeguarded amidst the chaos of modernity.

In a harmonious convergence of art forms, musician Frédéric Pichot’s saxophone adds depth and emotion to Houssein’s words, interpreting the anxieties and brutality of our times with cathartic beauty. The production by Labo Klandestino infuses rhythm and modernity into the poet’s proposition, elevating it to a potent instrument of consciousness-raising.

“Obscene Epoque” is a dialogue between poetry and music, a reflection of the complexities and challenges of contemporary existence. Houssein’s insightful lyrics and soulful delivery invite listeners to contemplate the state of the world and their place within it, urging them to embrace empathy and understanding in the face of adversity.

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