Ruslan Moiseev’s progressive rock and fusion inspiration is crewed up by his peers in Moscow, Russia in 2003 and since that time each venue performed in by Moissev band OMNIUM is assuredly a very sparked musical experience.
Drummer Ruslan Moiseev, vibraphonist Vladimir Goloukhov, guitarist Oleg Schegolev and bassist Vadim Morozou expertly craft through and through a series of electro-acoustic duets, reaching rock shaded jazz with sumptuous euphonic exchanges. However, OMNIUM bumps the pace to softness on some occasions via the single note hunt. Moiseev is not fantastic in the speed division, evidenced by his waving cymbals, for example. That said .... groove and swing coupled with the prog-rock identifies the collectively mingled approach, backed by sketches of sense with nice mood-enkindled dialogues.
On the track titled "Ropewalker," the quartet leads off from a hale and hearty jazz swing into the meld, while eventually tautening out in a Moiseev/Schegolev fashion. They cook exquisite Contemporary jazz with touches of rock that abides up to the excitement instigated by Moissev’s muse.
Overall, the musician’s technical sharpness is counterbalanced with their spirit denuded into multi-toned spaces that endure us and allure us upon iterated gyres. Ruslan Moiseev’s Omnium will likely insert some good-natured hubbub into your ears. Furthermore, OMNIUM swims into improvisational phrases which confirm their musicianship. An interesting release to listen to....