Pawlacz Perski

Emiter – ‘Odzyskane’
ppt32 AThe music on the album ‘Odzyskane’ [PL: Recovered] functioned initially as a soundtrack for a play by Ludomir Franczak. While transferred into a Pawlacz Perski tape, it draws attention by its minimalism and based on repetitions form, which is the starting point for weaving a variety of electronic textures. ‘Odzyskane’ is a hypnotic journey beneath the sound’s surface. Marcin Dymiter (emiter) Musician, improviser. Emiter moves within electronics, and improvised music. He experiments with sound, transforming sound present in our life. He uses and combines different qualities – lo-fi/hi-fi or sounds commonly seen as interference. He creates sound installations, radio plays, soundtracks for films, performances and public spaces. He plays for dumb films. He conducts audio workshops and promotes field recording. He works with visual artists and dancers, such as: Anna Baumgart, Joanna Rajkowska, Anna Witkowska, Ludomir Franczak, Risa Takita, poet Marcin Swietlicki and writer Daniel Odija. Other projects: niski szum, emiter_franczak audio video performance, Flora Quartet. He is a member of Polish Association of Electroacoustic Music. Album is available in digital files and in a limited edition of 40 cassettes.


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