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"This is just simply quite stunning." / Mike Chadwick - - Snarky Puppy's manager " electro jazz rock fusion - you name it they play it - full of energy and invention - a top class act .." Tim Dickeson, Jazzwise "a future-minded, exciting collision of various genres creating happening music –" Gilles Quinnell / PIAS Harmonia Mundi World Village “It's every serious group's desire to craft an identifiable, and as far as possible, a unique sound whereby just a few notes leave little doubt about who's playing. Serbian quartet Eyot achieved that with its splendid debut, Horizon (Ninety and Nine Records,2011), where minimalism and power went hand-in-hand in an intoxicating mix of jazz, art-rock, classical and Balkan folk melodies



Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2020
Track listing: Dodola; Linen; Rite; Rain; Heartbeat; Odd; 557799.


Article: Album Review

Eyot: 557799

Read "557799" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

557799 is the fifth album from Serbian jazz fusion quartet EYOT since its debut, Horizon, was released in 2011. It follows on from 2017's Innate (produced by Steve Albini in Chicago) and builds on that album's mix of prog, hard rock and jazz. But this time composer and pianist Dejan Ilijic draws on Balkan myths and ...


News: Video / DVD

Serbia's EYOT's First Single 'Drifters' Announces Their New Release "Concert For Nature"

Serbia's EYOT's First Single 'Drifters' Announces Their New Release "Concert For Nature"

Eyot has recorded Concert for Nature on a 1505m high Suva Mountain peak in Serbia and will release the concert on DVD this autumn. To celebrate the band's first decade of existence, this “best of" collection will include two compositions from each of their four albums. EYOT has released a video for their first single “Drifters". ...



Label: Ninety and Nine Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Veer; Helm; Mountain; Perun; Canon Of Isolation; Ramonda Serbica; Innate.


Article: Album Review

Eyot: Innate

Read "Innate" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

The drama of prog, the heft of rock and the subtleties of the jazz quartet all combine on Innate, the fourth album from Serbian quartet Eyot. This time round, the group has decamped to Chicago for recording purposes. Courtesy of big-name engineer/producer Steve Albini Innate benefits from excellent sound quality, which enhances the drama of much ...


News: Recording

EYOT's First Single 'Veer' Announces Their New Album "Innate"

EYOT's First Single 'Veer' Announces Their New Album "Innate"

Recorded & Mixed by Steve Albini EYOT has recorded three albums since 2008—all critically acclaimed and commercially well received. Over the last eight years EYOT as tour extensively covering 20 countries. Their fourth album Innate was recorded by legendary sound engineer Steve Albini (Nirvana, PJ Harvey, Pixies, Mogwai etc..) who also mixed it at Electrical Audio ...



Label: Ninety and Nine Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: How Shall The Dust Storm Start?; Druids; Similarity; Pools Of Purple Light; New Passover; Nirvana; Walking On Thin Ice With The Iron Shoes; Blessing.


Article: Album Review

Eyot: Similarity

Read "Similarity" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Atmosphere. That oft-indefinable feel that music can have, the creation of a mood or a sensation that inveigles itself into a listener's mind and captures the imagination. It's not melody, harmony or rhythm but it needs all three. Eyot--a four-piece from Serbia--has a great line in atmosphere, ably demonstrated on the band's third album, Similarity.


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How Shall the Dust Storm Start?

Label: Ninety and Nine Records
Released: 2014
Duration: 06:51


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