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Sonic aesthetics and ideas fuel new Milos Branisavljevic album
(Published: May 25, 2020)

Far Away is an album by Milos Branisavljevic which features eight diverse songs, extending over the course of about 40 minutes. On the album, you'll find so many different sonic aesthetics and ideas, highlighting Milos' incredibly diverse sound and ideas.

The opening tune, "Belgrade," kicks off with some beautiful bell-like sounds, exploring the versatility of the vibraphone and electric piano, creating a soothing melodic backdrop for the jazz combo to unfold a unique sound. "If You Only Wanted" is a spectacular fusion track, with some amazing vocal parts and some dreamy soundscapes, often inspired by other musical cultures and jazz. "Light Up" features a completely different approach, going for one of the album's most upbeat and fast-paced moments. The drumming in particular is totally impressive here, highlighting the melodic content of this release and going for a unique touch.

"That Night in New York" would fit perfectly in the soundtrack of a Woody Allen film. It has a dynamic, soothing approach, with some of the most pleasant vibraphone recordings I've actually ever heard! "Will You Be There" combines jazz with Afro-Beat and Latin grooves, going for a rhythmic approach that suits the vibraphone to perfection. "Uvac" is another fantastic composition, which starts off with some dreamy vibe textures, and later delves into a full-fledged song with some soothing vocal parts and a deep bass tone, matching the vibes and sparse drums. "Nova" kicks off with an epic bass riff, and it goes on to become one of the album's most playful and daring compositions, highlighting the endless creative range of these world-class musicians, who are all about using their instruments in the most expressive way possible. This isn't just a song. it is a sonic journey! The next track is a single titled "Far Away," the album's beautiful namesake. The melody is dreamy and ancestral, almost like a lullaby from long ago, which quickly turns into a sophisticated jazz piece.

Ultimately, this album is diverse, well-produced, and masterfully recorded, allowing each musician to capture the full range of their skills and beautiful tones. A must for any fan of modern jazz, fusion, and experimental sounds with a melodic flair!

More Information: https://www.milosbran.com

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