Enlighted. The modern treatment of traditional Ukrainian folk music.

In the collection of modern interpretations of the traditional Ukrainian music, there is new fresh blood. Moreover, with a somewhat updated concept. If you remember, in the first albums authentic singing went through modern processing. This time – vocal parts are sung especially for the project. Thus, Shura Gera – we know him, apart from the rest, as Molotov20 – and a girl with the very spring name, Marta Shpak. If the album has the name “Osjayni” (“Radiant”), it is simply obliged to be hospitable, friendly to the audience, not to frighten them with the onset, but to sing lullabies on waves of various rhythms. Actually, this is what is happening – Shura already recommended himself long ago as a skilled expert and talented electronics guy. Rhythms of “Osjayni” bewitch with their soft, silent pace. Marta, in her turn, also obviously appears here not by chance. Her voice has a very interesting feature – it somehow inexplicably combines in itself the past and the future. It seems to be native – and somehow not from here. That’s why the singing floats a sort of both within the music, and independent of it, within its own coasts. I will not object that it intrigues. More than that. One of these days I heard one of the tracks on the radio and thought that it was Nina Matvienko singing. And now I listen – and it does not seem to resemble. Such a girl Marta is, with her voice changeable as if a pussycat – it charms by and by. And that’s what I wish you.

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