Mimika Mak Murtic Ensemble | From Scratch to Structure Suite

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From Scratch to Structure Suite

by Mimika Mak Murtic Ensemble

Mimika MME creates a style of music and performance that blends Hip Hop, Brass Ensemble Jazz and Balkan music. This awaited debut album tells the story of humanity's rise into the current global society we live in.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement I
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2. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement II
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3. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement III
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4. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement IV
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5. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement V
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6. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement VI
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7. From Scratch to Structure Suite Movement VII
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From Scratch to Structure Suite

The suite is centered around the historical themes of human achievement, from their earliest evolution and adjacent languages to the recent globalisation trends. It deals with the questions of why some civilisations emerged quickly and others never did, why some have survived and colonised others, and in the long run why globalisation arose and how is the human species adapting.

The most recent hypothesis is based on the idea of agriculture being the basis of strong and steady culture and paving the way to the development of technologies and arts. It is said that intense agriculture was only able to arise in Euroasia (with North Africa as part of it) as it is the only continent with an east west axis, meaning if a plant is domesticated in one part, it can easily be transplantet (through generations) over the whole continent because of the similar climate zones. If this happens a number of times on similar latitudes, each place ends up having a great number of crops that are the basis of a healthy and steady economy.

The suite reflects this theory and all of the historical events that lead to the rise of contemporary culture.

Aesthetically it is deliberately borrowing elements from contemporary, world, jazz, hip hop, funk and classical genres. The idea is to synesthetically represent each storyline through a movement, thus jazz and folk elements present a visual scenery. The contemporary elements are crucial as it is the contemporary music of the day that becomes classical the next and it is today’s changing music that makes the possibility of great communication.

The colour of the story is brought by the various instruments and arrangements. The instruments heard are drums, violin, clarinet, trombone, saxophone, piano, doublebass and vocals. Vocals are in this case kept as both a lead instrument and one in the enseble, singing only syllables and not words.

The seven movements represent the main seven steps in creating the urban society we have today. From Scratch to Structure Suite is part of a set of Suites about humanity. It is followed by the progressive, funk, east asian and metal inspired suite A Place Glowing a Brilliant Red about terraforming the planet Mars.
Both works are performed as live shows, thus this is only a fraction of the sound you can hear from Mimika Mak Murtic Ensemble.


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