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Mixtaped Monk – Urban Lonesome (album review by Wagner)
There is, undoubtedly, a special charm relating to the style of the artist: his music has deeply infused feelings of sensibility and drowsiness, while elements of Indian music are present more subtlety. The little variations in rhythm represent an interesting expansion of the density of his thoughts, exhilaratingly intense and captivating, accurately beautiful and energizing. Creative harmonies will expand through the vicinities of your concentration all the majestic vicissitudes of a realm that will enchant the scope of your feelings. Since the record is thoroughly concise, you can listen two times in a row, or even three, if you realty like the music.
The artist behind the work has creativity, originality and vision. He really creates a different kind of sound chemistry through a more eccentric, but thoroughly efficient style, upon which everything becomes centered in the reclusive space of an infinite and colorful dream. Despite some moments of gray haze of profound melancholy, there is a consistent and vital sense of abundant life emerging from the music, that infatuates the listener with a happiness increasingly preordained in the semantics of one’s soul.
For its abundant qualities, and the integrity precisely inserted in its own fundamental dimension of intrinsic devices, Urban Lonesome can be considered – in its own terms – an excellent album. If you like this genre of music, this awesome record is no wrong choice. You will definitely be rejoiced with its magnanimous and ardently intense appeal.