Nightvisions by Cezar Lazăr, Alex Gavril, Paul Agripa, Vlad Apotrosoaei

  • by
Nightvisions by Cezar Lazăr, Alex Gavril, Paul Agripa, Vlad Apotrosoaei, Constantin Barbășelu, Florin Cunțan

Last updated on September 11th, 2020 at 07:11 pm

Nightvisions by Cezar Lazăr, Alex Gavril, Paul Agripa, Vlad Apotrosoaei, Constantin Barbășelu, Florin Cunțan

Blending musical architectures ranging from funk basslines & guitars riffs, jazz chords & melodies in piano and synthesizers, progressive rock drumming with funk-jazz rudiments, traditional themes performed by different alteration of common tones & rhythms, minimalistic electronic accuracy performed with modular setups, reveal the synapse approach of the performers.

Intended to address these different aesthetics the direction is dictated by the natural flow of ideas in each section, sometimes the modular electronics are leading the way and the traditional instruments follow the path, complementing the structures or branching into new ones. In other instances, instrument motifs and themes are taking over, steering the flow while keeping the common ground in pulse & harmony allowing subtle electronic polyrhythmic and polymeter structures to evolve alongside ethnically inclined drumming textures.

Get your copy of Nightvisions at Bandcamp.

credits

Artists:
Alex Gavril
– guitars & sound fx
Vlad Apotrosoaei – bass guitar
Paul Agripa – piano & synthesizers
Constantin Barbășelu – drums, percussion
Florin Cunțan – modular electronics
Cezar Lazăr – modular electronics

Title: Nightvisions
Label: Algorhythm of unknown
Cat. number: algorhythmofunknown 002
Release date: 04.09.2020
Format: Vinyl, CD, digital

Recorded, engineered, mixed and produced by Cezar Lazăr

Assistant engineer Florin Cunțan
Digital master by Chico Rico

Design by Tudor Năstase

Photo – Adrià Goula, “15.000 grams” by ETSAB
Recorded live Jan 2020 @ Understand Studios, Bucharest
Distributed by ourown.ro


feeder sound side bar logo icon

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.