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  • Writer's pictureKhyati Chaturvedi

Echoes of Estrangement: Exploring Indie Rock's Liminal Laments With Che Arthur's 'No Harbour'

Cruising on the ships of uncertainty, let's dive deep into the numbing notions of Che Arthur's 'No Harbor'. A marvellous creative whose artistry reflects hints of Husker Du, Unwound, Dinosaur Jr and Jawbox, Arthur's melodies have cathartic themes and tap into neuropsychology with their dark melodic vibes. A professional sound engineer, Arthur has also toured with Bob Mould, Battles, Minus the Bear and other relevant voices in the game. His music depicts mostly what clouds his mind, and can be seen as a sense of escape for many.

Che Arthur
Che Arthur

Syncing into the voids of uncertainty and the despair of feeling alone, this highlights how individuals camouflage and do everything in their power to behold a herd they don't belong in.

A track full of commotions of drums and heavy guitar drifts, this sensory vision of numbness comes to life. This track exactly depicts the chaotic thoughts someone has and the feeling of not fitting in within the crowd they're with. It almost decodes that feeling of missing out, where one feels almost invisible as if nobody can physically notice their presence or bring any thought to it. Delving further deep into the notions of anxiety, fear and dogma articulating an identity crisis, this almost feels rebellious as well, and with the heavy guitar and chaotic drum beats, this describes pain in the most vivacious pain possible, as if filling the void inside a person's mind, reminding them to feel something.

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