to be released January 29th / pre-order here

  Polish artist/musician Bartosz Dziadosz (Pleq) teams up with classically trained musicians to deliver an album fusing modern classical / ambient / avant-garde. With layered organic sounds & mechanical textures as canvas for the cellos of Aaron Martin / Peter Hollo, Julien Marchal’s piano and Tomasz Mrenca’s violin Kingdom Hall sets the mood for a reflective journey of haunting yet ascending brilliance. Taking shape throughout official remixes of Ben Lukas Boysen and Marcus Fjellström's songs is revealed a meticulous work on mood contrasts which culminates into Jason Corder offthesky's palindromic recomposition of the opening .

 

Polish artist/musician Bartosz Dziadosz (Pleq) teams up with classically trained musicians to deliver an album fusing modern classical / ambient / avant-garde. With layered organic sounds & mechanical textures as canvas for the cellos of Aaron Martin / Peter Hollo, Julien Marchal’s piano and Tomasz Mrenca’s violin Kingdom Hall sets the mood for a reflective journey of haunting yet ascending brilliance. Taking shape throughout official remixes of Ben Lukas Boysen and Marcus Fjellström's songs is revealed a meticulous work on mood contrasts which culminates into Jason Corder offthesky's palindromic recomposition of the opening .