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Worldology

by SaReel Project

Beautiful melodies and danceable rhythms eminating from world instruments, home-crafted instruments and the human voice.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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Connecticut’s alt.World quartet SaReel Project releases their long awaited second CD entitled Worldology. Hauntingly beautiful melodies and danceable rhythms are accompanied by a multitude of world and homemade instruments. Flowerpots, didjeridoo, mandolin, African kora, and a wide variety of flutes round out this eclectic ensemble of composers and innovators.

Sareel Project is Sasha Bogdanowitsch, Darryl Gregory, Peter Hadley and Robert Nasta.

The Sa-Reel Project began as a collaborative effort between composer / performers Darryl Gregory and Sasha Bogdanowitsch and grew to include the talents of Peter Hadley and Robert Nasta. The ideal aspect of this collaborative 'avant-world' ensemble is to explore the myriad sounds available to composers using instruments from around the world as well as common household items, junk and Western instruments and instruments of their own design.


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"I liked this kitchen sink approach to world culture, performed effortlessly by these Connecticut natives. The music is most linked to the Indian subcontinent, but I hear influences from everywhere." - Brian Grosjean, host of Sunday morning FM On Toast
The Culture Café

Nigel Campbell

Unique fusion exercise!!
Reminds me of Jaja Onilu & Family from Trinidad with his "Organic Jazz" from home-made instruments. Unlike, Jaja, Sareel project has committed their sounds to CD and taken it to the marketplace. That alone is commendable, however, the music is that proto-complex fusion that reminds me of the genesis of steel pan; rhythmic exercises with metal creating aural atmospheres that lead to an evolution of sound. Genius. Stay up.