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I firstly share three compositions with you.
In an effort to never waste anyone's time and resources, I firstly share these three tracks that carry my sound and approach well. However, feel free to check other tracks and albums at the bottom of this page.
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Nu Jazz, Ambient & Dadaism
Profi background, Diligence, Long-term mindset, Close cooperation
WHO'S DE MOI
“Although it may seem like a weird thought at first, studying aesthetics of music, mastering a variety of instruments, and incorporating mathematics are all ways for me to evoke the emotions I want to evoke.”
De Moi (= Vojtech Vesely) is a music composer who lives and works in the foothills of the White Carpathians, as well as in Prague, Czech Republic. He studied mathematics and natural science in addition to his time spent studying music at Charles University in Prague. He’s continued to study music composition and aesthetics on his own since then.
Vojtech has been composing since 2007, creating music for films, theatrical productions, and computer games, on top of his personal projects, De Moi (Nu Jazz, Ambient, Dadaism & Neoclassical) and Billow (Dream Pop). His compositions have appeared alongside some of today’s biggest musical names featured on the highly-influential channel LA BELLE MUSIQUE.
While De Moi is a solo instrumental project, Vojtech’s other outlet, Billow, is a three-piece dream pop band. Their debut album, Maps, was released in 2017 on Slovakian cassette label Z Tapes. The acoustic lo-fi record received a warm reception from Czech critics; Beehype ranked it the 5th-best Czech album of that year. Vojtech has played nearly 70 concerts with Billow since then, including the Colours of Ostrava festival and Beseda u Bigbítu. The group has also played in support of Russian post-punk band Motorama. They also toured Germany, Austria, and Slovakia and, in 2019, Billow released their sophomore album, Seascape, also on Z Tapes.
DE MOI’S PHILOSOPHY AND APPROACH TO WORK: “MUSIC IS FILLED WITH MATHEMATICAL ELEMENTS”
“We hear a lot about the beauty of music, we hear about the abstract charm of mathematics. Nonetheless, we tend to forget about the beauty of mathematics and the logical structure of musical compositions. These two top branches are inseparable parts of the human spirit and have a number of contact points. Although it may seem like a weird thought at first, studying aesthetics of music, mastering a variety of instruments, and incorporating mathematics are all ways for me to evoke the emotions I want to evoke.”