Fusing influences and cultures in art and music can be exciting and can often result in something fresh and inspiring. Occasionally though, it can fall a little too far from either of the audiences generally attracted to each sound – it’s not necessarily an easy thing to jump in and create. In the case of The Hash, their soft rock sound is enhanced beautifully, in my opinion, by the introduction of the sitar. The role of the instrument is that which is usually filled by a second guitar or piano, of which there are many, many examples from throughout the past twenty years. With Conflicted, the freshness comes through in both the songwriting and this alternative touch of culture that is not commonly found within the rock world.
The Hash Releases New Video “Conflicted” And There is No Conflict of Interest That They Are Independently On Their Way To Success
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Pakistani sitar rock star, The Hash, is releasing a new music video to his hit song, ‘Conflicted’. The Hash is a pioneer of the sitar rock genre. He is one of the first to officially produce music which combines the 200-year-old traditional South Asian instrument with sounds of modern rock.
Hash is a Pakistani guitarist, singer and songwriter whose breakthrough single ‘Conflicted’ has been a massive hit in the indie scene. He is the world’s first Sitar rock star infusing the sounds of the 200 year old instrument with those of the rock and metal genre.