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Damjan Krajacic releases spellbinding and hypnotic 'Visions'
(Published: June 19, 2015)

Composer/flutist Damjan Krajacic didn't call his new album Visions for no apparent reason. Each piece illustrates an emotion or a real-life event, whether personal or universal; there are stories here that don't need words to be conveyed. Simply allow the imagination to take over as Krajacic paints with a poet's eye for songcraft.

In the opening cut, "First Steps," Krajacic's flute projects a feeling of innocence, like a baby entering the world and in awe of the colorful mysteries around him. Matija Dedic's escalating piano further deepens that sense of physical growth and intellectual awareness; there is magic in their chemistry. On "A Bright Star," Krajacic's flute playing is as dreamy and enchanting as space itself. Martin Gjakonovksi's lullaby bass and Dedic's sparkling piano complement the ethereal glow of Krajacic's flute.

Sometimes the title offers a hint of the tune's tone. "War," for example, crackles with fiery energy, from Dedic's jamming piano to John Hollenbeck's stomping drums. Even Krajacic's playing is more spirited than usual, brimming with rocket fuel. "Space," on the other hand, is enveloped by moody atmospherics with Krajacic's most cinematic, melancholy performance.

From beginning to end, Visions captures the light and shadow of its creator, a collection of mind movies that is spellbinding and hypnotic.

More Information: http://www.damjanmusic.com

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