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Haldur Bildur

by Tatvamasi

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U.L. 08:11


(Based on Adam Baruch review):
This is the fifth album by Polish quartet Tatvamasi, led by guitarist / composer Grzegorz Lesiak, which also includes saxophonist Tomasz Piatek, bassist Lukasz Downar and drummer Krzysztof Redas. On this album the quartet is expanded to a septet with the addition of violinist Anna Witkowska-Piatek, cellist Malgorzata Pietron and trumpeter Jan Michalec (all three participated on earlier albums of the quartet). The album presents just four extended tracks, all composed by Lesiak.
As usual with Tatvamasi´s music, it manages to stay beyond conventional categorization, which is obviously its strength and magic. These long expanded sonic vistas are explorations of melodic themes, riffs, groove, beat and World Music influences, completely intertwined within each other. The best strategy is simply to let go of any attempt of analyzing this music intellectually and let it take you wherever it goes by itself, trusting the musicians submissively. The music is considerably less Avant-Garde oriented this time (except for the last piece), with way more melodic contents, which obviously serves the group´s ability to communicate with the listener.
Whereas the previous album by Tatvamasi ("Amor Fati") left me somewhat cold / confused, they returned with vengeance this time producing a condensed, fully focused and better recorded piece of superb music, which takes no prisoners. The strings are this time completely integrated within the fabric of the group´s sound and add another important dimension. Michalec, who already appeared on two earlier albums by the group, seems to be an integral part of the improvising tour de force.
Overall this is an excellent album, probably the group´s best offering to date, which finds the group in top form and takes the listener on a hypnotic and unstoppable ride through a kaleidoscope of sounds, rhythms and melodies, which are continuously changing and chasing one development after another and yet manage to stay focused and coherent for the entire duration. Regardless if you are into Rock, Prog, Jazz or Fusion, this album offers plenty of all of those and more. Hats off!


released October 4, 2019

Anna Witkowska - Piątek / violin,
Małgorzata Pietroń / cello,
Jan Michalec / trumpet,
Tomasz Piątek / tenor sax,
Grzegorz Lesiak / guitar,
Łukasz Downar / bass guitar,
Krzysztof Redas / drums,

Recorded in Lublin, Feb 20–21 2019, Poland,.
Recorded and mixed by Lech Pukos, Gunslinger Studio,
Mastered by Paweł "Belmol" Ładniak,.
Cover by Rafał Kucharczuk,
Audio Cave Records, cat. No: ACD-010-2019, digipack, TT:43,11


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Tatvamasi Lublin, Poland

Instrumental rock music enhanced by the tenderness of jazz, dimmed with psychedelic mist, distorted with tensions of underground.

Tomasz Piątek - tenor sax
Grzegorz Lesiak - guitar
Łukasz Downar - bass guitar
Krzysztof Redas - drums
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