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AWorldInLondon DJRitu BrancoStoysin Interview29062016

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Published on Jul 3, 2016

Radio interview on Resonance FM, DJ Ritu and Branco Stoysin. Covering the music creation, Nikola Tesla, the Sun and message behind it…and the topics on today’s world, and the wisdom and wit to be heard...This is a condensed interview with the music tracks behind the talk rather than played as whole (as in the live interview) but the conversation is intact. ©B.Stoysin, All Rights Reserved.
“Behind the Clouds There's The Sun”, the Radio interview with Branco Stoysin on “A World In London”, Resonance FM 104.4, Cultural Co-Operation and DJ Ritu
“London-based composer/musician Branco Stoysin first picked up a guitar as a young teenager in his Sun-baked home town of Novi Sad, Serbia. His early influences were US rock groups and local Slavic folk music, and he went on to compose, draw, and write becoming an all-round renaissance man. As a self-taught guitarist uncluttered by tuition or convention, his compositions flow with natural inspiration & creativity, birdsong & Sunbeams, rivers & valleys, and the chorus of tears & laughter. These are painted on a superb series of CDs, produced in an equally organic way, steering clear of digital overload and remaining faithful to perfect musicianship recorded with the analogue warmth of reel-to-reel tape. Hence, Branco's albums are filled with spellbinding and breathtaking beauty, crafted by a visionary artist that acknowledges and celebrates the natural but electric world around us which we often take for granted. Electricity is another thing we perhaps take for granted and in Branco's latest book he pays tribute to its inventor born 160 years ago, fellow Serbian Nikola Tesla. In the current climate of uncertainty and division in the United Kingdom we could do well to learn the lessons of history and when I ask Branco why he left his idyllic home in what is now referred to as 'Former Yugoslavia', he has some stark answers. His was a country where neighbours lived peacefully side-by-side for decades until the 90s when they became enemies and ripped their own nation apart. In his music you can hear the range of emotions that emerged through that experience, yet always the Sun too. Because as Branco says, 'behind the cloud there is always the Sun. You just have to look for it'. This is a must-listen Radio interview.” DJ Ritu.

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