01. You Never Told Me Parts 1 & 2 (Live at Galerija Cvajner, Pula)
02. Florette feat. Luka Veselinovi?
03. Gs Cycle Encore Cut 01
04. How Quentin Lost His Jazz
05. Blue Funk (For Kerri)
06. How Quentin Got His Jazz Back feat. Luka Veslinovi? & Mirsad Dalipi
Divinities of the Earth and the Waters
[engl] Mimika Orchestra's new album Divinities of the Earth and the Waters (PDV records) is finally out. Set in the mysterious world of the ancient Balkans, the album is a fusion of progressive and orchestral music, old Slavic and South Slavic / x-Yugoslav / Balkan folk music and contemporary jazz. It follows a story of a protagonist who sees himself as an effigy in a folk festival, finishing with the burning of the doll, i.e. metaphorically seeing the burning as a funeral for himself and for his society. It is a psychedelic / dreamy album dedicated to the late Oberon King (who was Mimika's previous drummer), to the Yugoslav identity and exposing the richness of Slavic folk music and rhythms as inspirations.