"This is the second and the last CD album of the La Danza Apocalypsa Balcanica Project. I hope that such a theme will never inspire me again..."
Boris Kovac, Bukovac in Pannonia
Just imagine: The morning after the apocalypse. Are we still alive? We wonder. It would appear so. There´s no end to this world. There´s no rest for the soul. There´s no past. There´s no future. Now is eternal. LaDaABa Orchest offers you the ideal entertainment at the end of time: La Danza Apocalypsá Balcanica. Part Two.
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"Kovac has decleared this to be his last Ladaaba project; a strong impression to finish with, indeed."
Global Rhythm special 04/2004
"Boris Kovac’s Bittersweet saxophone leads a small ensemble of clarinet, accordion, double bass, drums, violin and guitar eloquently. The album starts with a dog howling, which evokes both pathos and faith. Kovac has declared this to be his last LaDaABa project, a strong impression to finish with, indeed."
Global Rhythm 11/2003
"To listen to this music is to be transported to a dimly lit dancehall in Novi Sad, where couples sway slowly, hypnotically to the music at the end of the world."
Metro Magazine USA 8/2003
Cheerful it's not - taking it's cue (unconsciously or otherwise) from Olivier Messaien and dealing with a similar subject, Boris and the lads reflect upon the apocalypse and thereafter. Doomy, wearily romantic with lots of minor keys and dark-toned clarinets, it's the second part of a series which, hopes the leader, stops with this release. Elegiac and resigned, it should probably be avoided if you feel even in in the slightest bit depressed. A CD for those days when,....... więcej