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2012-02-01
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Nice review from Matthew Warnock

(review by music critic Matt Warnock)

Montreal guitarist Lansig Artem is [...] an artist, that has studied and experimented with a variety of musical idioms, which he then blends within the context of the Flamenco-jazz style. This personalized approach to modern instrumental music can be heard on his 2011 album Desert Winds, a collection of 14 Flamenco/jazz inspired pieces that feature high levels of creativity and improvisation from all involved.
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What makes these songs so interesting from a compositional standpoint is the wide range of influences that creep into Artem’s writing and arranging, all while maintaining a strong hold on the Flamenco and jazz genres.
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Overall, Desert Winds is an interesting and engaging record of Flamenco and jazz inspired tunes. Full of creativity and energetic performances, the album is a strong artistic statement from the Montreal guitarist, one that is sure to expand his audience and bring his music to the wider, global community.

-Matthew Warnock
(Guitar International Mag, All About Jazz, Mel Bay Publishing)

   

 

 
                               

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