Long Day Sin
American Rock. Middle East Rhythms.
Long Day Sin's music relies heavily on Middle Eastern influences. The doumbek, djembe, Armenian double-reed duduk, kamancheh, and oud are featured along with Bulgarian chanting, and Turkish/Arabic singing.
No other artist currently blends Mediterranean influences with rock music the way Long Day Sin does. This fusion stems from the ethnic and religious diversity among its group members who have roots in Arab states, Israel, and America.
Here's how people have described Long Day Sin's music:
A tapestry of sound and sentiment - Punk Rock News
Music that hits like amphetamines - eGuitar World
Different but I like them - RadioAirplay
Like most Americans, Long Day Sin also has a great interest in the political and the economic destiny of this great nation. The songs speak to contemporary issues facing Americans as well as people from all corners of the globe. PR & Album Review
Long Day Sin is American rock fused with Middle Eastern rhythms.
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