Fail Play

Fail Play ENGLISH CONTENT

What you need is hope and courage to achieve something against the current flow of populism. A side effect of what the market needs but you don’t deliver that and pour what is in your soul. That's for me the essential core of Barış Demirel. A young, modest trumpeter slowly taking consistent steps into his musical career. It’s not easy especially when you try to show what your musical world is all about. You might sometimes feel alone but on the contrary, your music is your army of pals.

With a polyrhythmic base, Fail Play is a jolly journey into a vibe dominating fabricated wall of sound. There’s a North African ethos to Barış’s trumpet playing with a sway of Anatolia involved. This is a wide-ranging and an eclectic album, held together by the strength of musical character of its creator rather than any particularly clear, or rather easily discerned, vision. You feel overtime trumpet played nights and the hard working to create something lasting. Sentimentalism, electronic and ambient concentration is dominant. The feeling of improvisation without makeup showcases the discipline and restraint involved in the creation process.

Fail Play is his second album after 2015 born T.E.A.R and ­pushes his boundary-crossing even farther while adopting a heavier tone, allowing a wider audience to appreciate his music. He has dwelt into Saharan Rock, Progressive Rock, of course jazz and an orientalist ambient hiphopism, a wider soundscape. Bringing them together with his breath into the trumpet doesn’t sound easy. But he has managed to overcome the complexity of all these fractions. Jazz, the sound of freedom, is obviously the star of the stage, with Baris’s rigorous training and flawless interpretations – a world of sensuality, expression and innovation.

Do not expect a banging horn album. From the slow rhythmic opener and the enthusiastic first single Babamgil (My Dads), you get the general vibe of the album. It's kind of an introduction for the remaining eight pieces that combine to make the album. Nene (Grandmother) we here Barış’s voice giving a starter to the over five-minute piecer. With smooth guitar flooring, you slowly hear the gradually rising trumpet at the background. Painting its way into a colourful canvas of tones. The longest creation of the album is Bilemiyorum (I Don’t Know) and contradicts its name as here the quartet really know what they are doing and step by step built a massive tonal grabber. Listening to this album I can correspond to the nights I have seen Barış practising in the studio that I record my radio show. I always felt that he doesn’t miss an opportunity to practice and to improve. That exact passion I have observed here has stroked the whole atmosphere of the album. But my highlight of the album is prior to closure called “Çok Derinlerde O Kadar Mutluyum Ki,” (I am so happy in such depth) where you feel the doubling flication of trumpets. And the sadness inside the beautiful joyous happiness. It touches you.

This is not a woa album but it's a sign for things to come. The cascade of a personal journey. Adamant about playing solely for pleasure – his own and the audience’s.

It should have wide appeal among all those with ears that are drawn to the cracks between genres, or to the overarching pure music that transcends those genres.

To Contact Barış:

Web: www.baristikmi.com

Email: [email protected]

Bu içerik 13-10-2018 tarihinde eklenmiştir. / This content has been added on 13-10-2018

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