Your crusty chronicler is an individual who generally does his own thing. Still, when Examiner asked for some support for their new “List” format, it was nigh impossible not to be open-minded about it. So, with the spirit of unity and teamwork in mind, your rockin’ reviewer presents this series—“Track by Track” in which we review certain select CDs literally “track by track”. This edition we consider Borislav Mitic’s Electric Goddess.
For those not up on their indie guitarists, Borislav Mitic is a Canada-based, Serbia-born, self-taught guitar virtuoso. Playing since the age of 11, Mitic nurtured his burgeoning signature sound by studying the music of his “musical heroes”. By the age of 18 he had begun to write and record his early instrumentals inspired by a variety of musical genres—from classical to classic rock-- and established musicians such as Yngwie Malmsteen, Ritchie Blackmore, Steve Vai and Joe Satriani.
(View the list to learn more about the newest release by Borislav Mitic.)