Agha! Nigah Dar

New video from Kiosk's "Triple Distilled" album

Agha! Nigah Dar
by Arash Sobhani

Kiosk's latest video, directed by Mostafa Heravi, documents the band's 2010 ten-city European tour. All shots are live. This song is from Kiosk's album "Triple Distilled: Live at Yoshi's" which was chosen as one of the top ten albums of 2010 by BBC World's "World of Music."


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This morning I woke up, and

by Marjan on

This morning I woke up, and was confronted with alittle negativity. My mind imagined a scenario in which I was in a car and asked the driver to stop, I wanted to get out, so I could just walk away and retain my peace from all the corruption, insensitivity, and plague.

This afternoon I received an email, it was this video and the title read: "Agha! negah dar". When I listened to this video the irony could not have been clearer.

Was this a coincidence, or just ironic, or simply a similar response..?


Abit too obvious, just like Iranian beauty....yet inducing

by Marjan on


 This was a refreshing sample of political critique, most exquisite sound....

I dont listen to music, because the pure sounds are often lost to incoherent vanity.  This was not music, but pure sound.

The water-pistol shot at the President's mom was alittle too cheap and not representative of Iranian manners, but the sound, music, and message was priceless.



Disappointed and very irritating

by ComraidsConcubine on

 Sobhani's voice and the lyrics carry the thing together. Otherwise,the video is very amateurish to say the least, including the sound editing (was there any to speak of?). 

You can't ride on the klezmer genre forever by just adding two or three fiddle notes, which by the way, was at least encouraging to hear that Kamangar can play (unlike the piano). 

The female back vocalist is irritatingly frequently out of tune.  

Come on guys you can do so much better than that! 




by masoudA on

Love Arash Sobhani....

As he said:  IR ended up reforming the refomists !!!

Maryam Hojjat

I love it Too

by Maryam Hojjat on

Very lovely music & lyric.  Thanks for posting.


don't you just love these guys

by Fatollah on

simply the best contemporary Iranian band.


Great song, nice clip

by Monda on

I don't know how many times I have listened to the Triple Distilled album, while I'm sitting, cooking, eating or driving. Cannot get tired of this album. The simplicity of the clip doesn't take away from the track. So i like it a lot!

Soosan Khanoom

The lyrics on economic and

by Soosan Khanoom on

The lyrics on economic and poverty can well be applied here in the U.S as well ...... Although it meant to be made for the situation in Iran but in general it can be applied to else where as well.  I think this can be a hit anywhere. 

There is an excellent article that is posted here on IC.  

Throw Out the Money Changers

One part says : "The bankers and hedge fund managers, the corporate and governmental elites, are the modern version of the misguided Israelites who prostrated themselves before the golden calf. "      They truely enslave all of the people in the U.S......They don't pay a penny of taxes and poor people have to go to jail for not paying 1000 dollars of taxes.

Watch "Inside Job" by Matt Damon.  It is a documentary must watch for all. 

This song can be its soundtrack ....... 

Good job .......  


Mash Ghasem

داداش نگه دار

Mash Ghasem

داداش نگه دار

صحبت از فساد و حرف از فحشا است// آقای ریس جمهور  از عمه تان خبر ندارید؟ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  The crowd actually sings the song, these guys are going places.


Has a beautiful gypsy feel to it.

by Princess on

Very nice music and clip. Love it!


Loved it

by KingReza on

You guys are great! keep on doing what you're doing :)

Jahanshah Javid

Piyadeh shodam!

by Jahanshah Javid on

Fantastic! haal kardam! :)



by Souri on

Very nice music!

I truly enjoyed, both the music and the video.

Thanks Kiosk.