These richly evocative instrumentals achieve a transporting, cinematic quality.
Instrumental music doesn’t get classier than this.
Beautiful music. Deep and well played.
Dark, mystical, acoustic journey.
Simply beautiful interplay between two musicians.
Pure, moving, cinematic, and unearthly beautiful!
Reinvention or revelation, inviting in both extremes.
“Films” is a dark and somber affair, acoustic in nature with a strong flair for chamber/folk music.
Sensual and sensational! A Big Apple instrumental collective project a magic light onto a mind screen.
This is one of those discs that do not ever get boring. In some ways it could be called a rock record, even though it is actually mostly made with acoustic instruments.
Daring quest for simplicity. Melancholic and sweet at the same time.
From melodic and delicate, from playful to mournful, every tune on this album has its place in some imaginary film, and not without a reason.
These “films” have no age restrictions, and they can suit the whole family - every generation will hear something special.
The album also holds two covers performed in such a way that it really adds value to the originals ( Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, White Room).
Fantastic album! It could be the soundtrack to a movie with majestic landscapes.
Yagull’s album is presenting beautiful moods and calming, dreamy sounds. What the band presents here is indeed well managed and entertaining from beginning to end.
Wonderful album! Captivating like a magical dream...
There is no substitute for beauty, especially when it comes to the music you listen to… this acoustic group offers up some of the most beautiful 21st Century chamber music you’ll ever hear… just scope out East to hear what I’m talking about!
Ingenious, spellbinding acoustic sceneries.
Delectable acoustic collage of melody and subtle nuance.
Killer stuff the adult ears can’t help but love.
It’s an acoustic album of great depth and beauty...Yagull’s version of White Room has to be heard to be believed.
Beautiful atmospheric tracks, an interwoven play of classical guitar and piano.
Delicate, ascetic, strongly illustrative and very sophisticated, “films” requires this kind of album title.
Beautiful! ‘films” echoes 60’s folk rock moods, chamber instrumental sound, with great inputs of each of the players.
Highly inspiring! Cross-genre album features an imaginative content.
The music of Markovic and his associates deserves a real film...However, it will cost the listener no effort to enjoy this fine music.
Great post rock chamber music.
While moving in the territories almost entirely acoustic, this debut album performed and produced by New York guitarist Sasha Markovic, the leader of Yagull, covers a very extensive spectrum of music: so that embraces the most intimate and melancholic folk, touches the expressive depth of the West Coast sound, stopping briefly at the elegant structure of the soft-jazz , captures the magic of Celtic culture or magnetism of hypnotic Floydiana, and not failing, at least two occasions, devoting himself to the casual and elegant joke.
New York guitarist shows that reduced instrumentation, can create a wonderful atmosphere with a great drive.
The beast is beautiful in Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.