Pushing forward electronic music in all its forms and manifestations, Poland has long proven to shelter a tirelessly dynamic hive of talents that spans the whole spectrum of genres and aesthetic sub-divisions that orbit in the electro-sphere – from techno to ambient, through experimental, disco and house.
Joining forces under the banner of the newly formed Warsaw-based imprint Ziemia (the Polish word for ‘Earth’), where the three of them hail from, well-known faces of the city’s underground Bartosz Kruczyński (Earth Trax), Adam Brocki and Jan Wójcicki (Private Press) present their new project as focusing positions between “club music and ethereal with an Eastern European background“.
Lifted from their debut offering out this month, ‘Ziemia 001‘, our pick comes courtesy of label co-head Earth Trax, who’s previously graced the likes of Rhythm Section International, Dopeness Galore, Phonica and Shall Not Fade. A much finely designed aqueous dub stunner, ‘Untitled (A2)‘ channels a reverb-soaked vibe a la Maurizio on surround mode, laced with finely-inlaid string harmonics reminiscent of Channel Reaction-years Fluxion at his absolute best. Immerse yourself.
Ziemia 001 is released via Ziemia in March, pre-order a copy from Rush Hour.
A1. Private Press – Untitled
A2. Earth Trax – Untitled
A3. Private Press – Untitled
B1. Earth Trax & Newborn Jr. – Untitled
B2. Private Press – Untitled