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New Daniel Biro album finds the warmth between avant-jazz and electronic music
(Published: March 12, 2018)

Daniel Biro is an eclectic artist whose music defies expectations and genre categorizations, going for a tone that feels innovative, yet spontaneous and honest.

His most recent release, 120 Onetwenty, is a compendium of different music styles, ranging from jazz to ambient and electronica. One of the most distinctive traits of this project is certainly Biro's love for old-school electronic music. The compositions on this release echo the work of proto-electronic artists who paved the way to the future of music with their pioneering sounds: Kraftwerk, Tangelos, and Tangerine Dream. These are only a few examples of the electronic influences behind this release.

On the other hand, Biro's sound is a more daring and open format, often reminding of the kaleidoscopic output of visionaries such as Herbie Hancock or Miles Davis. 120 Onetwenty is informed by electronic music, but it doesn't retain its square edges, making for arrangements that feel more fluid, progressive, and open-ended.

Biro set out to develop an interesting personal language with this release, bridging the gaps between the warmth of avant-jazz with the futuristic aesthetics of synth-based music from Berlin to NYC and back.

More Information: http://daniel-biro.com


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