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New Valér Miko Projekt Gaia album evokes strong emotions
(Published: April 06, 2018)

Project Gaia is a stunning musical initiative started by musician and composer Valér Miko. As the title of the release might suggest, this music is all about going back to nature, connecting with the purest forms of life, energy and spirit that we can find on our mother Earth, Gaia.

Nature moves in cycles; the circle of life goes on and on, the season keeps bringing new features to the scenery, and generally, what goes around comes around. This stunning musical release emphasizes its connection with the cycles of nature with its arrangements as a powerful musical cycle in its own right.

When drafting the concept, and coming up with ideas for these tracks, Miko was inspired by his adventures deeper in the nature - exploring mountains, forests and seaside locations, while keenly observing every element around him.

All of the above evoked strong emotional responses in Miko, who set out to capture his feelings in the form of notes. His piano melodies are suave and gentle, yet rich and full of details, a perfect metaphor for the mind-blowing variety and innermost fragility of life itself.

More Information: https://valermiko.net/sk/home

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