Phase Back on Track #20 ~ Birthday Song

It all started an evening I was hanging out with the Saint on his folks’ basement where we used to play and I told him about an idea I’ve been having for a while, writing a Birthday Song that would be more like the introspective kind of thing more than anything and he came up…

Excrepts from the Interview w/ Mika Magazine

[…] Where do you get your inspirations from? Everything we’ve encountered with… We are really over-sensitive and talking to each other a lot helps us having that reality check we all need… We have developed our strong filters and don’t get dragged but the flow easily, instead we are trying to comprehend things, translate them,…

Phase – Perdition

Originally posted on Satellite For Entropy:
New or old? Either way it’s an interesting Phase… Lately, it seems, I’ve had a bit of a yen for artists doing something a little bit different within my favoured genres. I’m detecting a particular trend for this kind of experimentation to be labeled “psychedelic”, perhaps for lack of…

Chris Tsantalis’ Review on the Wait – Poetry and Psychedelia

I like Phase and the most prominent reason is that they are inquiring minds… I couldn’t expect anything less from some restive spirits, and the Wait is what should have come to engrave them in my conscience! How would you like if David Bowie was in a chareem jamming along with The Tea Party? How would…

Dave Wolff’s Review of the Wait

The latest in a long line of independently recorded and released recordings by this experimental band from Greece. If this is your first exposure to Phase you might find it difficult to believe they have this much staying power sans label backing. But they’ve managed to remain consistent releasing material and keeping it fresh and inventive…

Digital Stimulation

So here it is at last! Our earnest effort… And what an irony to be released digitally on the record store day… You see we live in an era of one more big shift in the artistic mediums… From Edison‘s waxed cylinder to Spotify the essence remains really the same… The song remained the same……

Lie There in Wait, Static

Q:“Static” was and still is my favourite track. Splendid lyrics and music, food for the brain! What was your main source of inspiration for the upcoming album? Thank you so much for your kind words, It’s really one of my favourite songs and it’s really consuming me on stage getting me wrapped up in its…

A Feast of Friends

Q:“A Void” there to avoid… Tell us about the video and the collaboration with artist Afsoon Shahriari.  It’s the biggest affirmation and reality check for us when we have wonderful people like her respecting our output so much… It’s like being lost in the highway and seeing with petrol running low and suddenly seeing a…

What Really Defines a Work of Intellect

Q:“Looking back will show what defines you”. Does your past define you as artists or do you focus in the present time and/or future? Well our past formed us to become the artists we are today, but what will really define us as artists is our future… Our second album will come to support and…

The Wait’s Cover Art

Q:[…]Speaking of whom (Alexis Marcou) and his beautiful art we have the honour to present what he’s done for the Wait for the first time. Your album cover is a bit abstract, just like your music. Tell us about it. It is exactly like our music to be honest… Like I told you we are…

the Rock in Crisis and the Struggle for Ideals

Q:In Greece of recession, do you think there’s future for art or is it endangered to extinct due to financial breakdown? But isn’t it that in major crisis art blossoms…? And I believe it shouldn’t function only as a release valve, but to step forward and give the solutions first… What is your psychotherapy? My notebooks….