Dmitry Evgrafov is a Russian composer and musician. Three years after Comprehension Of Light, he’s back with a new album. Surrender is out now via Fat Cat’s 130701 imprint. According to the press release, it is a broad and dramatic record that expands the Moscow-based artist’s palette and reaches beyond the usual post-classical range. Revealing an ambitious scope across the twelve-track span, it is bold in conception and beautifully recorded.

With Dmitry playing piano, marimba, xylophone, glockenspiel, bass guitar and synths and including sessions with an eight-piece string orchestra, a drummer and contributions from several instrumentalist peers, ‘Surrender’ was mixed and mastered by Martyn Heyne at Lichte Studio in Berlin.

Listen below.