Milan Glavaški and his Rebel Star announce sixth studio album with single and video for “Beginning and end“. The song is available on all digital platforms, as well as on the band camp of the band and the publisher, and watch the video that is “one woman show” by Marina Uzelac on the official YouTube channel of the group. The complete album will be available during early fall, first digitally and then on record as a joint release of Pop Depression and Geenger Records.
The demo for “The Beginning and the End” was made in Milan’s Hungarian home, the complete band was recorded with Sven Pavlović in Sunday Studios twenty kilometers in the hills above Zagreb, and the song was mixed in New Belgrade in Down There Studio – Andrej Mladenović in producer Željko Markuš they gave the single its final shape. The authors of the song are Glavaški and Markuš, while the arrangement is the work of a complete band. Rebel Star on “Beginning and End” with Milan (voice and guitar) consisted of Željko Markuš and Daniel Rodik (guitars), Zvonka Obajdin (piano and backing vocals), Daniel Kadijević (drums) and Jakša Perković (bass).
Although musical associations are numerous and exciting, as always when Glavaski combines epochs, cities, images, rivers, heroes and memories in his songs, “The Beginning and the End” seems to announce the Montenegrin Traveling Wilburys album that will be ahead of us soon. It will be a gorgeous band album where everyone will have the opportunity to shine and show their talent.
Milan Glavaški has been present on the Balkan music scene for more than three decades. From Eve Brown’s “Eavesdropping” to Rebel’s “Demon,” the Star World has changed dozens of times. Some people have left, some new ones have come, and rarely have any of these changes at the macro level been positive. What has remained the same during all these years is Milan and his eternal search for the perfect verse, the best chord, a refrain that solves “everything”, a song that will explain what is happening to us.
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