Tarek Musa’s return to Liverpool has been both a homecoming and a new beginning.
Combining his musical connection to the city and his knowledge of the industry at large, he
has burst back on to the scene with his new project.
Dead Nature is a rousing new facet to Musa’s repertoire and another string to his bow;
growing from his insatiable need to create thought provoking, energetic music and the
invigorating energy of the creative hub that he has found in Liverpool (Co-produced by Joe
Wills and mastered by Mike Cave), the project has taken off at break-neck speed.
Whilst the same taste of Musa's distinctive sound still lingers, Dead Nature’s raison d’être
exudes an introspective journey of self-discovery, focusing its energy on notions of pride,
loneliness and escapism, harking back to Musa’s misspent youth. The new tracks offer up
an unfettered juxtaposition which span from lows the likes of Springsteen’s crooning voice
on tracks such as ‘Nebraska’ to the raw explosive tones of Arcade fire, fuelling the listeners
Delving into Musa’s back catalogue it is clear to see he is well respected within the industry.
Aside from the high critical acclaim received for his work with his previous band ‘Spring King’
his talents do not lie solely with his own material; his vacant hours are spent producing and
engineering tracks from his Liverpool based studio for both budding and well-established
With the chance to examine his drive for creation and ability to analyse his previous
movements within the industry, Dead Nature is an unrestricted look at the road already
High intensity sports, jazz music and cooking