Mihail Doman is a Bucharest-based composer and musician. He cites his musical influences as coming from the worlds of traditional classical (Beethoven) modern classical (Ludovico Einaudi; Ólafur Arnalds), as well as composers who famously use music alongside film, in particular Vangelis and Hans Zimmer.
Arhythmology is the first full-length and it is out now. Full streaming is available below.
Mihail has created Arhythmology as a fully-immersive experience, one to be heard, ideally, as a whole entity rather than to be dipped in and out of. Segmented into nine phases, each numbered in roman numerals, in the style of one of his heroes, Jean-Michel Jarre, it shares the legendary French composer’s journeys through sweeping musical landscapes – to use Mihail’s own description, “a soundtrack without a film”.