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Album Review

Kristi Stassinopoulou and partner Stathis Kalyviotis have been experimenting and testing the bounds of Greek music over several albums, but this one might prove to be the best yet. Working with traditional music, in this case demotika, the songs from the Greek islands, they make the music into a heady, psychedelic swirl of sound — hence the title — using largely acoustic instruments mixed with electronics and samples. It's headily artistic, yet it manages to be music for the gut as well. Not understanding the language is no barrier here, as it's the sound that carries, often lulling and soothing, yet sometimes pushing hard, as with "Rodo Tis Protonastasis." They call it reinvented folk, and that's an apt term, transforming the old into the new, so that it shines as brightly in the modern age as it did in the past, and remains just as relevant.

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Πολύ μέτριος δίσκος

Καμία σχέση με τους τρεις προηγούμενους υπέροχους δίσκους.σχεδον ακουστικος δίσκος χωρίς κανέναν πειραματισμό πάνω σε γνωστά τραγούδια .περιμενα περισσότερο ηλεκτρισμό και την ψυχέδελια του ήχοτροπια .


Μας κάνατε υπερήφανους που είμαστε Ελληνες! Ευχαριστούμε πολύ........


Born: Athens, Greece

Genre: World

Years Active: '00s

Kristi Stassinopoulou is perhaps the most visible performer of one of the newest innovations to world music -- the ethnotrance movement -- and one of only a very few based both geographically and culturally in Europe. With early exposure to Byzantine hymns and local traditional forms, Stassinopoulou quickly embraced the Mediterranean radio diversity, investing time in Arab, Spanish, Italian, and Balkan music. Falling in with traveling hippie tourists, she also took a strong interest in psychedelic...
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Greekadelia, Kristi Stassinopoulou
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: World, Music
  • Released: 18 June 2012

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