album review: The Wires debut broad album
April 16th, 2013
The lively rhythmic tales the violin and cello unfold in local group The Wires is spell-binding.
Officially together since 2009, UMKC Conservatory alumni and Kansas City natives, violinist Laurel Morgan Parks and cellist Sascha Groschang have put their artistry to good use in their debut album. The group’s self-titled album exemplifies the different genres of training the musicians have had. KCUR described the album as “an alternative exploration in string sound.”
Also described as “crossover classical,” by the pair, the degree of emotion evoked within their haunting and dreamlike songs is highly tantalizing.
The first song, “Native,” portrays a level of mastery and form, as well as a high level of wonder and artistry within the movements of the song.Read more