Polish producer Tomasz Bednarczyk returns to Room40 with his first full length edition in almost a decade.
Across the late 00s, Tomasz Bednarczyk created a series of acclaimed ambient recordings that married the unsteadiness of archival technologies with an extensive palette of pastoral timbres. These recordings quietly set a particular tenor of work for a new generation of Middle Eastern European ambient composers.
Following these recordings however Bednarczyk’s energies were re-directed with his time being split between a multiple of more techno oriented electronic music outings.
In early 2018, following the success of his New Rome project released in 2016, Bednarczyk began exploring a new approach to his more atmospheric works. Using an incredibly reductive set-up, he took single sources and exploded their potentials. Through a process of layering and synthesis, he was able to create incredibly minimal, yet dense sound textures from very singular materials. Within a matter of weeks he had devised a new way of approaching his more ambient compositional interests.
Illustrations For Those Who is the result of this first investigation. Each piece is singular in nature, in that its source is one synthesiser or instrument. The resulting pieces though are anything but singular. Rather, each of them maintains a detailed and rich sensibility built around complex cycling of sonic materials.
This edition marks out an important new direction for Bednarczyk and firmly asserts him as a continued force for ambient music emanating out of Eastern Europe.
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sheer beauty and textural to the ears.
Another masterpiece of sonic atmospheric sound that has to be played on continual loop.
Wow man ..... speechless...I need more of this on 24hours a day.
my heart, my soul is in tears...🙏 8BALL9-SOUNDSCAPE PRODUCER
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My favorite Celer album as I love the use of sampled voices...slight reminiscent of Koner La Barca in a couple places...this is a good thing and what I need more of in my life...it’s a masterpiece. Karl Cov