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If you like your music fine and dandy, and happen to like your head where it is, namely buried in the sand, this album is not for you. Simply move along, and keep on 6/8-ing your decadent ass off. But if you miss having ample doses of rough harsh truth in your music, and more importantly, can handle it, this is one of the strongest efforts put forward by anyone so far. Maybe too strong for you.

Listen and enjoy, but do it with caution because this album will do something most Iranians don't count on, and what most Iranian popular music doesn't do, and that is to make you actually think. Now that's veird!

- http://www.iranian.com/BruceBahmani/2005/July/Kiosk/index.html


BBC Persian: Kiosk is first underground Iranian rock group to release a CD



- http://www.bbc.co.uk/persian/arts/story/2005/07/050722_ad_kiosk.shtml


http://henryjenkins.org/2008/02/ordinary_men_in_extraordinary.html - Henry Jenkins


http://laist.com/2007/10/17/iranian_rock_sh.php - LAist.com


All Kiosk press from local and international media listed here:

http://kiosk-music.com/archives.cfm - Kiosk


Discography

Bagh e Vahsh e Jahani (Global Zoo), 2008 (c) Bamahang Productions
Eshghe Sorat (amor de la velocidad) , 2007 (c) Bamahang Productions
Adameh Mamooli (Ordinary Man), 2005 (c) Bamahang Productions

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Bio

Kiosk is a Persian Blues/Rock/Jazz band established by some friends , some years ago in a basement somewhere in Iran.

Kiosk has never been limited by music style, location, or band members. It continues to evolve and experiment by using music and lyrics to express itself and connect to its worldwide audience.

Since the release of their highly acclaimed debut album in '05 , and inclusion on iTunes and other major digital music stores, Kiosk has paved the way for many Iranian Underground Rock Bands struggling for exposure outside the artistic restrictions in Iran.