Szilágyi Áron | Organic Doromb

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Organic Doromb

by Szilágyi Áron

Electro-acoustic shaman trance by the Hungarian mouth harp virtuoso.
Genre: World: Eastern European
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1. Energy
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2. March into the Eclipse
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3. Black River
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4. Ketten (feat. Szilágyi Barnabás)
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5. Ördögtánc
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6. Puszta
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7. Iridium Miner on a Remote Asteroid
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Áron Szilágyi is one of the most acknowledged Jew's harp players in the world. His unique, signature dynamic playing style inspired countless players around the globe. Áron has created, managed and played in music projects that have gained big success in the world-music scene.
The album Organic Doromb sounds like electronic dance music, although it is fully acoustic. You can only hear the (almost) raw sound of the most ancient instruments multi-layered on each other. The album recalls the original purpose of ancient Jew's harp playing, trance, and reforms it an absolutely unique way that was never heard before. On this voyage, you will experience raw solo Jew's harp, extatic duo, multi-layered hard psytrance and deeply rooted broken beats. All songs and all instruments are played by Áron Szilágyi. All songs are produced by Rafal "Praczas" Kolacincky in Warsaw.

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