February 17, 2021

Album Review: Morpheus Project - Mozaick (out March 19th)


Morpheus Project are set to release their hugely anticipated debut album 'Mozaick' out March 19th. Already receiving support from Prog Magazine, Scala Radio, and the BBC, this enchanting collective is a project filled with some of the most talented musicians on Earth. Armed with progressive, classical, world and experimental elements, Morpheus Project is led by the mastermind that is Mustafa Khetty. Mustafa's musical influences are heard throughout the release, and are as far afield as the Far East and South America to name a few. 

"Mozaick" features 9 tracks of talent. From previous singles such as 'Cry for Freedom' showcases Morpheus Project's delicate side, to the explosive anthem that is 'Nights to Remember' exceeding all expectations - there is literally something for everyone within this release. Composed, arranged and Master of Ceremonies Mustafa Khetty leads the project through tunnels of visionary sounds. An experience both auditory and visually, the release is best played loud. An expansive album that will let your imagination run wild, 'Mozaick' features complex arrangements armed with beauty. 

1. Cry For Freedom (4:19)

2. Dancing with Elves (6:18)

3. Istanbul Swing (4:17)

4. It's Who We Are! Mozaick (8:43)

5. Nights to Remember (3:52)

6. Rage Before The Storm (2:44)

7. Shrill (5:55)

8. Tomorrow Never Comes (7:15)

9. Waiting (3:28)

Mustafa Khetty: Composer, Arrangements and Master of Ceremonies

Matias Chapiro: Piano

Manuel Villar Lifac: Cello

Arda Keremo?lu, emircan unsev: Guitars

Gustavo Eiriz: Violin

Sebastian Fahey: Keyboard / synthesizer and programming

Zilan Küçükbalaban; Onur Çobano?lu : Vocals

Berke Köymen: Drums

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Website: http://www.mustafakhetty.com/

Streaming: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=mustafa%20khetty&hl=en 



Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCb1UyReSWCOQlr1kiVzMtTQ/videos

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