New Release: Persian Woman
Genre: Resurrection Rock
Located in: Berkeley Springs, WV - Nashville, TN
Persian Woman is all about the emancipation and release of feminine energy. The old patriarchal order (God as a separate white male with a beard in the sky looking down somewhat disapprovingly) is being over thrown. But not without severe resistance and pushback. We are thankfully evolving towards more healing nurturing feminine energy in control of the planet. We are out of balance because women have historically been repressed by most cultures and religions, some more than others. Freedom and acceptance of feminine energy can take many forms, including sexuality, clothing, (“Woman why you hiding C’mon show a knee:) etc. Our sisters of the Islamic faith have been severely restricted by oppressive egoic males that rationalize their repression though archaic interpretations of religious tenets. “Daughters of Dena please enter the arena”. https://open.spotify.com/track/57Zwn1RR6RlGOqCIFMYFJ0?si=HaKOURnVR3CWtHd_YRS4ow
The music we are creating is...
We call it Resurrection Rock. The term came from one of the reviewers of our music. When something is resurrected it still retains common themes from the previous form but has morphed into something different.
C Wired’s Spiritual advisor implanted a seed idea inside him to create “Genre less music”. What Cwiredband is all about is a re-configuration of traditional modes of music, elements of rock, country, and jazz into a unique blend. The newness of the sound comes from classically rock jazz fusion, written material performed with modern instrumentation and sound techniques. The lyrics are scribed by C Wired. They come through him. All of the songs are based on his direct experiences with alternative relationships, Spiritual growth, overcoming addictions, etc.
Right now we are...
Working on our next EP. C Wired has more than enough material to record a full-length album, but both he and producer Addison Smith are really comfortable with more frequent releasees every 3-6 months utilizing the 6 song EP format. It’s more in tune with the way we consume and listen to music today anyways. Most people are not taking the time to listen to an entire album. They select the one or two songs they like and add them to their playlist. Working on getting booked for European and US based tours, festivals, etc