GAIKA Shares New Short Film / Performing Live In NYC Tonight

GAIKAYou can’t really separate spaghetti from the sauce. You can’t separate emotion from the world. You can’t separate art from society
To celebrate the release of the critically lauded EP SPAGHETTO earlier this autumn, GAIKA is sharing a new short film Another Hole In Babylon The film starring Zawe Ashton explores the EP’s themes of love, tension and political strife.

GAIKA says about Another Hole In Babylon:
The film is about a few interlocking things. It’s human emotion existing within reality. I think a lot of the time in music or art, we live in a fantasy world, and living in that fantasy world and being completely separated from reality, becomes normal, but it’s weird to me. I wanted to try and make something that really shows how I feel, that those things aren’t separate, feelings aren’t abstract from forces. If you take an idea, abstract it, reality can and will still show through. There’s that, and then it’s also about my parents and experiences that they witnessed, in some regard, as truth be told, you can’t separate the spaghetti from the sauce. On some level it’s about the world that we live in at the moment too as much as it about people in a knightsbridge basement in 1975
SPAGHETTO is a collection of love songs dedicated to the people that surround GAIKA, loved and lost. His sound runs the spectrum of electronic music and pulls on elements of grime, dancehall, RnB and soul to create something wholly unique. With a relentless pulse, it is timeless and experimental, urban music for a connected global city.
ACT I : SPAGHETTO
ACT II : ANOTHER HOLE IN BABYLON
ACT III: THE DEAL
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