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The Things I Do


“The things I do” is a track from an optimistic point of view, which is like a prayer from a person’s believe in preserving his dreams and pushing on through the hardship of life to achieve his goals, which is the recurring theme for the band’s upcoming album Egress

Jakarta's Not That Bad

Sasan Fai

The fourth single by Sasan Fai is a song he wrote as a homage to the place he’s been living in for the last 10 years. Having an unusual upbringing due to constantly moving around and living in different countries while growing up influenced his idea of what home means to himself. “Jakarta’s Not That Bad”, simply putting it, is a song about how he sees Jakarta. The place where he was born but never to actually grow up in. Although Jakarta is known as a packed and massive capital city, he sees the beauty in between the dense city cramped up with traffic and heat; noticing the little things that one should be grateful for. For at the end of the day, wherever you are living, you must do what you can to get by and face the next day.

Ballads of the Freedom Youth

Black Horses

Ballads of the Freedom Youth is a dynamic unconscious portrait of every youth on a diverse time and space. This album tells screams about lust, trial, error, and youth contemplation



Dinamika is about the process of escaping from the shackles of digital life in today’s deteriorating modern era, a process of recovery from all unreal life activities, to return to human nature as a free-spirit, free being.




Faults is a song about heartbreak. It is a moment of reflection for a severed relationship.A relationship which once was beautiful, raw and meaningful has come to an end.



Unlike most musicians / bands who release songs with the concept of self-healing, Sirati Dharma has even produced an album with a binaural sound sensation which actually has the concept of accepting one’s own condition, even if not careful, it will trigger mental illness. For the maximum experience, Sirati Dharma suggests listening to the Transcendental album in full and sequentially from numbers 1 to 9.