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Boomkat Product Review:
Enrapturing side of piano-led composition by Siberian-born, Moscow-based Ilya Beshevli, distilling his experience of inner city life and his escapes from it, taking long hikes in the countryside.
Wanderer is Beshevli’s 2nd album, following Night Forest (2012) and doubles up Village Green’s output for 2016 so far, slipping in the wake of Matt Dunkley’s swooning string suite, Six Cycles with a refreshingly spacious, personalised style of piano performance subtly aided by masterful strings from the Imperialis Orchestra.
Without the proper qualifications, we can hardly tell that Beshevli is not trained to academic degrees (although he is now currently studying at university) but we can clearly hear that he has an effortlessly natural style and grace that only comes from more intimate and internalised sources, enriching and animating each of the album’s nine pieces with an emotive quality that prizes human warmth and reactive moods over technicality (of which he’s undoubtedly endowed anyway).