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Music Artist Review: Marcus Robair
music has its days as ambient sounds filling posh elevators or as
background music while you study. As a classically-trained pianist,
I’m restless for more—more of what the piano is capable of. And
I’m not talking about pitch bending or key distortions of the
digital kind, I’m looking for the ultimate expression that chips
away at the sterility of black and white. Perhaps a sort of
admit I have no clue what this should sound like, but after listening
to Marcus Robair, I must say he comes close to fulfilling this
restlessness that needs to be filled in piano music. An experimental
keyboardist at best, he has a remarkable sense of rhythm borne out of
his previous life as a drummer. With a full tonal palette before him,
he takes to the keys with that same spirit, creating unpredictable
melodic sequences and striking the notes with a sort of poetic
alliteration that immediately draw you in.
you know it, you lose your soul to his music.
known as Scrappy Koala to his fans, Marcus is surprisingly
self-taught, with a technique that is quite inimitable. His music
possesses a spontaneous raw energy that can only stem from the core
of his being, and this being is the
ultimate expression. Forced to deal with the surge of emotion present
in his music, we find ourselves feeling instead of passively
listening. We are provoked to question the human condition, but most
of all, to understand and feel who we truly are, devoid of all
is what makes his music so special.