Guitarmonk Records Launches Milan Petrovic Quartet's Instrumental Music
Since the early 90's, songwriter/composer and keyboard player Milan Petrovic has been active in the Serbian music scene. A former member of the popular reggae group called "Del Arno Band" (1995) and have recorded the albums "Retrospective," and "Vreme Vode" with them as they performed to every big music festival in and around Serbia until 2009. By the year 2002, he had already performed with various blues bands namely, Texas Flood, Raw Hide, Blue Shark, Roosterblues Band, Bootleg Blues (E75) and the Blue Family. He then became a member of Serbian Pop singer, Ana Stanic's stage band and three years later, he found himself recording his first instrumental album with some of the top Serbian Jazz and Blues artists.
Milan Petrovic Quartet are composed of Milan Petrovic on keyboards, Lehel Nagy on sax, Sinisa Hadzi Antic on bass and Bogdan Zdjelar for drums.
They held their first concert in Belgrade in May 2011 at UK Parobrod, and by September of the same year, they launched their first track, "Orient Express" from their album Excursion , with Milan Petrovic featuring Blue Family and Sky Wikluh.
A highly coveted band in Serbian Jazz world, Milan Petrovic Quartet is a seasoned music group that is always ready to boast a wide variety of instrumental blues, jazz and funk music with hints of pop, rock, reggae, latino and swing factor. Their CD "Excursion" was released in March 2012 through the combined efforts of the Quartet's friends and fellow blues and jazz artists from Serbia. Wikluh Sky, Dusan Bezuha, Vasil Hadzimanov and Blue Family all pitched in to help Milan Petrovic Quartet materialize their dream to conquer the Serbian music industry through instrumental music. The album has been well accepted and praised by music analysts and spectators for its unique expression of music as interpreted by the Milan Petrovic Quartet.
In 2013, a long list of music festivals in Europe included the performances of Milan Petrovic Quartet where they even became a headliner for the mainstream festival in Vladicin Han, Serbia. Later that year, they made new recordings which they generously gave as freedownload to their supporters.
Apart from music festivals, numerous gigs in Serbia has kept Milan Petrovic Quartet engaged throughout 2014 as they teamed up with Bruno Mlcetic, a Croatian guitarist and played together in Zagreb and Rijeka.
They recently played in Austria as well as in Timisoara, Romania for the Gala de Blues and Jazz Festival.
More self-made compositions are in store for Milan Petrovic Quartet fans as they vow to come out with a live album for 2015.
Come listen and discover the funky approach in instrumental and improvisation music of rock, pop and world music with striking and charming themes and harmonies, only brought to us by Milan Petrovic Quartet through one of the best Indian Record Labels, Guitarmonk Records.
Find out more about their instrumental beats by visiting at http://guitarmonkrecords.com.<