Beside the cold kicks aligned in the 4/4 grids with a german precision, we sometimes find human feelings. It takes a soul and a few centuries old musical instrument to unleash these feelings and translate them into a common language that touches classical music as well as electronic variations.
Here is where we discovered Mischa Blanos, a Romanian musician trained into classical piano from an early age, who brought his passion for classical music into the 21st century using drum machines and synths. His solo work can be tasted on the French imprint InFiné or as part of the Amorf project (with Cristi Cons & Vlad Caia) at Understand.
We asked Mischa Blanos to give us a glimpse into his utterly amazing musical universe so here it is: 5 stories of transitions, a short playlist filled with magical reinterpretations to induce a reverie state of mind.
Lucian Ban & John Hébert – Octet for strings op.7. First movement, tré moderé.
Album – Enescu Re-imagine
Label – Sunnyside Records
Vanessa Wagner & Murcof – Variations for the Healing of Arinushka
Album – Statea
Label – InFiné Music
Dictaphone – 105.4
Album – APR 70
Label – Denovali
Henrik Schwarz – Me Vibrate
Album- Scripted Orkestra ( Conducted by Jules Buckley )
Label – 7k!
Suzanne Ciani & Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Closed circuit
Label – RVNG Intl.
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