Mischa Blanos

“City Jungle (cd)”

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LabelInfineCat. No.IF1064CD
FormatEXCLS-CDOrders fromFri, 21 May 2021
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CD - Territory: WORLD EX France - Mischa Blanos is part of the cult Romanian Formation AMORF (together with Christi Cons and Vlad Caia) which tours all over the world as a headliner of the “ro-minimal” scene. - The blend of electronic music and academic piano training is not new, but few artists have expertise on both musical fronts. The result is an album with a unique organic groove. - Technically Mischa is an outstanding pianist (with several piano prizes). His perfect knowledge of his piano, which he also uses as a rhythm box, allows him to improvise/jam, which gives “City Jungle” a certain “Jazz” dimension. - City Jungle is his first album (after two EPS for InFiné) Tracklist CD : 01_Silicon Road - 04:58 02_Tiptoe - 03:34 03_Audition at 9 - 03:52 04_City Jungle - 05:37 05_Fluorescence - 03:15 06_Crystal - 05:12 07_Innervision - 04:07 08_Steppe - 04:12 09_The Aerie - 05:58 10_On Cue - 03:45 Short Info: Renowned as an exhilarating solo live performer, Mischa Blanos makes the piano his own on his second album “City Jungle", using it as rhythmic element, organic groove or drowned in noise, perfectly interplaying with free flowing, polyrhythmic percussion and morphing synths, to create his own unique musical force. Renowned as an exhilarating solo live performer, Mischa Blanos makes the piano his own on his second album “City Jungle", using it as rhythmic element, organic groove or drowned in noise, perfectly interplaying with free flowing, polyrhythmic percussion and morphing synths, to create his own unique musical force. From his early education through the release of two EPs, ‘Second Nature’ (2018) and ‘Indoors’ (2019), to the creation of City Jungle, Blanos has lived in various cities around the world and travelled through many others. Each city held “a unique atmosphere and pressure” as Blanos describes it, “each of them with new rules to follow and different rhythms to attune to.” Sometimes traveling alone, Misc

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