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In Memory Of (On His Born Day 6/17/2019): Fathom 9 x Avenging Wind x Dr. Anon Ennis Newman = Stream His Sounds #fathom9

Posted in Black Story, music with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 17, 2019 by Brother Perspective Magazine

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In Memory of Ennis Newman[ Emcee, Poet, Singer, Producer, Actor, and Educator are but some of the disciplines of Avenging Wind (also known as Fathom 9). Hailing from the Blues City – Memphis, TN; Avenging Wind is no rookie when it comes to performing live. Opening for legends such as: KRS-One, underground legend El da Sensei, and Sadat X (of Brand Nubian), clearly says it all.]

Its no good way to say good bye forever. I’m writing from a place that summons inspiration and motivation in acknowledgement of a creative soul. The art of Ennis O. Newman known to many as Fathom 9 or Avenging Wind friend to many and twice as mysterious to all. I used to tell him he had the complexity of a Jazz musician in a Batman outfit disguised as Bruce Wayne. I never say good byes to well so i’m writing a collection of respectful salutes to a man who lived to design his self in word and sound.

Stream His Sounds:

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Remain In Power [Legacy]: Avenging Wind / Fathom 9 / Ennis Newman

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on November 17, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

In Memory of Ennis Newman[ Emcee, Poet, Singer, Producer, Actor, and Educator are but some of the disciplines of Avenging Wind (also known as Fathom 9). Hailing from the Blues City – Memphis, TN; Avenging Wind is no rookie when it comes to performing live. Opening for legends such as: KRS-One, underground legend El da Sensei, and Sadat X (of Brand Nubian), clearly says it all.]

Its no good way to say good bye forever. I’m writing from a place that summons inspiration and motivation in acknowledgement of a creative soul. The art of Ennis O. Newman known to many as Fathom 9 or Avenging Wind friend to many and twice as mysterious to all. I used to tell him he had the complexity of a Jazz musician in a Batman outfit disguised as Bruce Wayne. I never say good byes to well so i’m writing a collection of respectful salutes to a man who lived to design his self in word and sound.

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Ennis normally spoke of a loving utopia in a shy complicated triangle. The Anti Hip Hop Delta Quadrant representative who longed for the hour when his home was known for more than crunk music and Elvis. Fathom 9 wanted to show those who cared to read or listen to his soul how much more a city had to offer. Life gives us opportunity but so many of us fail to receive gifts so freely, Fathom a prideful man who never wanted for anything to easy you would often find him walking the delta southern streets of Memphis in search of his next inspiration or a simple cup of coffee. Yes coffee the choice for many writers but for Ennis I saw this as a tool to relax his often amplified vocal range where he rhymed until he fail out on stage. If you never saw Fathom perform then you missed a show that carried the weight of heavy metal with the fullness of the Staple Singers, I often envisioned Ennis being able to travel the world offering his high energy.

As I write this article for those who wish to understand more about Fathom 9 / Avenging Wind I wanted to give a voice of responsibility for a passionate Hip-Hop  artist and a very fine writer. His ability to take advantage of the language we use happened to be a great weapon. He often wrote on topics of war, love and multiplicity. Ennis combines math with metaphysics to bring you into a new form and shape.

As I finalize my thoughts on Ennis Newman / Fathom 9 / Avenging Wind I want every one to take the time to support his music contributions to the world and research and learn more about the one and only.

Music: BANDCAMP | FACEBOOK | SOUNDCLOUD | YOUTUBE

last song post from Bandcamp with text:

This is a test…only a test…

(The Brotherhood of Doom) lyrics

We wait for shadows to darken doors,
laughter to echo through bare walls;
We wait for phantom voices of comfort
to speak through the ether, with sutras
of consoling, for hearts are heavy with
emptiness…We sit, and we wait on waiting on….

Waiting for sad song to jump upbeat,
waiting for the pitter patter of happy feet
prancing freely in mid-frolic;
but tonight, our waiting is in vain,
our cause? Folly.
And in the deep of our pain, we cringe
as if heart is pierced by arrows’ volley…

We cringe in the deceptive embrace of
Waiting…
barren,
betrayed,
broken…

….still….waiting.

Remain In Power

Hip Hop: Boom Bap Sessions: In The Lounge-Lab w/ Avenging Wind

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on May 1, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Avenging Wind meditating in the lab tonight.

An elemental expression; an act of Nature donned with the armor of the gods…
The New Blues Man.
Biography
Avenging Wind is an artistic emissary of a new narrative of free expression; an artist without apology. . His origins hail from Memphis, TN-home of the Blues. He has been making music for approximately 2 decades, much of which found him in obscurity. The occasional coffee shop emcee battles, and Hip Hop performances drew him local/regional attention, but this was ultimately underwhelming. We findhim in this ‘now’- rising from the ashes like the fabled phoenix, and through a musically alchemical fusing of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk/-Jazz and Blues doused with fierce lyricism, Avenging Wind speaks through an innovative medium he simply refers to as: New Blues. The world is starved for new narratives, and Avenging Wind means to be a forerunner in that endeavor. In a nutshell: he is The New Blues Man.

New: Avalon–(Instrumental)–Avenging Wind

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on January 29, 2014 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Avalon–(Instrumental)–Avenging Wind

 

Fresh: Avenging Wind – MegaDeathRaySuperSpaceModulator ft. Nkosi

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on October 29, 2013 by Brother Perspective Magazine

MegaDeathRaySuperSpaceModulator, by Avenging Wind

Megadeathraysuperspacemodulator--Avenging Wind-Dump Truck Blues

What do you get when you mix vintage futuristic soul, with crafty lyricism???  You get Avenging Wind’s MegaDeathRaySuperSpaceModulator

r–a spirited expression of cosmic sensuality, and pure funk.  featuring Nkosi Enjoy!  #2754
Song Link: https://soundcloud.com/avenging2754/megadeathraysuperspacemodulato

MegaDeathRaySuperSpaceModulator, by Avenging Wind

avengingwind.bandcamp.com MegaDeathRaySuperSpaceModulator by Avenging Wind, released 29 October 2013 megadeathraysuperspacemodulator

 

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New Music Journal: Avenging Wind – DumpTruckBlues: Battle Cry Of The Wanderlust

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on October 23, 2013 by Brother Perspective Magazine
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You can’t buy talent and after listening to Dump Truck Blues last night the music world should be warned that solid feel good music does exist. Avenging Wind of the the Delta Quadrant has created a melodic escapade through time. His 3 part narrative of sound is something reminiscent of early 90’s Hip Hop mixed with the soul of Earth Wind and Fire (yes this album is taking you on a ride). The album times out just long enough for you to feel the many abilities of the Blues Man that range from Emcee, Producer and Harmonious vocalist, and when you listen you will learn what mean when I say this dudes got range in his ability. November 9th is the only date that the artist has presented to the over-saturated internet market of contemporary digital listeners, but he has hinted at possible single “leaks” this coming week.

Look for #DumpTruckBlues from Avenging Wind on 11/09/2013

#BattleCryOfTheWanderlust #AvengingWind2754

words from Brothers Perspective HotLine

INFO FOR RELEASE PARTY: House of Mtenzie
Memphis, Tennessee https://www.facebook.com/events/520334761380922/

hear music at: fathom9.bandcamp.com

original article: http://brothersperspectiveartvid.tumblr.com/post/64868751079/you-cant-buy-talent-and-after-listening-to-dump

Fresh: Golden (Ode to ’93) – Fathom 9 / Avenging Wind

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , on August 22, 2013 by Brother Perspective Magazine

Golden (Ode to '93)--Fathom 9

Why did I pick up a mic?

Because the Line needed to be held. I picked up the mic to ensure WE would not fade from existence. I picked up the mic to project a mighty roar for justice, for I am a Sword unto My People, and the purpose of my being is to be wielded as such.

Why did I pic up the mic?

To remind the world that giants Still walk this Earth…

(fathom 9/Avenging Wind)

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