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Jonas Munk


Progressive Electronic

5.00 | 1 ratings

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5 stars Jonas Munk outputs go by various names which are not included in these archives, but at least we got the one that uses his own name.

A wonder kid ala Steven Wilson less the fame more to his artistīs freedom, a guitar player and composer who constructs around progressive and contemporary electronic elements his guitar licks and riffs and yes this guy can come up with some truly amazing stuff and thank the Gods unique music compositions!

EPIC , 2010, is a non-stop creative 14 tracks effort and his first collaboration with the well established non-classical contemporary electronic music producer & recent Tangerine Dream member Ulrich Schnauss (included in these Progressive Archiveīs also as collaborator of others).

Now to where it matters the music: Vigorously uplifting, a celebration of whatever needs to be hailed.

Flawless, original, creative, bright and optimistic, without any kind of corny cliches, where beauty is achieved by sheer good instrumental songwriting and it is blatantly displayed all over the album for the enjoyment of the lucky listener(s).

To set this project for a wider audience and go beyond the PEīs crowd, it could also fit easily in the Post Rock/Math or Eclectic neighborhoods, the same as for these stylings followers.

Full *****5 PA stars.

admireArt | 5/5 |


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