Eye Of Time, The
Myth I: A Last Dance For The Things We Love
THE EYE OF TIME is the solo-project of French musician Marc Euvrie. Euvrie's musical development is deeply connected with the French diy punk and hardcore scene, though he has been classically trained as well. He started to play piano being 9 years old, composed his first pieces with 15 and studied cello at the conservatoire after finishing school. Euvrie was involved in several bands before he began to translate his personal reflection of our complex world into music, which initiated THE EYE OF TIME. His extensive self titled debut has been released in spring 2012 and exposed a dark look on the present, past and future. His last two albums were promising a glimpse of hope ("Acoustic") or pitch-black despair ("ANTI"). Marc Euvrie recorded "MYTH I : A last dance for the things we love"" completely on his own. Being away from home, dealing with family issues, his music served him as deep introspection about himself and the world. An introspection impregnated with minimalistic moments, where piano and cello write the story of loneliness and calm. At the same time evolving dramaturgies emerge, driven by rumbling beats, accompanied by both grim and hopeful melodies; just to be aware that irrationality gives birth to our myths and that myths, in turn, affect our very own existence. The cover artworks of the MYTH album trilogy display pictures of Emin Ozmen , a winner of the world press photo award. His work is focused on the situation in Kurdistan, Syria, Turkey and the "refugees". His work has been published by Time magazine, The New York Times, BBC, Guardian, among others.