Marton Juhasz impresses with his latest album ‘Discovery’

We love good music and spare no opportunity of listening and reviewing any latest release. And the most recent one we came across is ‘Discovery’ by Marton Juhasz. Marton is exceptionally talented and naturally gifted drummer. Before moving on to the album let’s have an insight of his career till date.

Marton Juhasz’s career began in 2005 when he won national first prize for solo percussion in Hungary. In 2006 he studied at Drumtech, London and afterwards from Berklee College of Music, Boston and graduated summa cum laude in 2011. He has performed with so many famous artists, won a number of awards and has been appreciated wherever he performed.

Photo credit – Alex Ventling

Now coming back to the album it self. It’s an 11 tracks album. Even though all the 11 tracks are beautifully done but the one that impressed me so much is “ Little Prayer”. The song starts with a melodious and engaging tone. You will feel compelled to listen to the track. One thing you will feel not only in this track but throughout the album is the variation of the sound. The track seems to be an attempt to acknowledge the mystical even during the mundane/frustrating times – like waiting in traffic jam. And we bet you will surely feel it.

The next track that impressed me is “Spellbound. The track is simply done and not overly complex. The chorus is impressive, the pitch range varies, making it rich and engaging. I am impressed with the lyrics in particular. Overall the Album definitely is professional and creative. We find it extremely good and Marton definitely proved the amount of talent he has. The music, lyrics and production everything has been done exceptionally well throughout this album. I would say listening to the music was a real entertainment and I am sure you would put it to repeat mode.

You can also find it on other music platforms as well.

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