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Eden Ladin: Yequm

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New York based pianist Eden ladin's debut album Yequm is a remarkable demonstration of maturity and restraint in composition as well as execution. In collaboration with fellow New York neighbours and contemporaries, such as guitarist Gilad Hekselman and singer/guitarist Camila Meza, the Israeli-born sound visionary has recorded an enticing collection of songs, putting on display passionate and melancholic yet catchy melodies in a bed of traditionally instrumented as well as modernly influenced arrangements. The slow burning opener, “Lonely ...

CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Eden Ladin: Yequm

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The universe essentially speaks to infinite space and matter. But on a smaller scale we each exist and operate within our own universe(s), more defined domains plotted out by our experiences and measured by our respective developments. Yequm, an album that takes its title from the Hebrew word for “universe," is wholly representative of the vast musical macrocosm pianist Eden Ladin inhabits. It's a collection of original music that finds Ladin painting himself into different worlds. For ...